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How I can get a service repair business for the diagnosis of a Clifford car alarm system?

I have installed in my 2008 Honda Pilot an alarm system that uses the remote starter SST 50.5X. After 4 years of good performance it just stopped working. I don't know if the problem is the remote (batteries replaced) or the alarm system. I live in Syracuse N.Y. and I have not been able to find a car alarm business that want to take a look at it. Can I send the remote to you for diagnosis so that way at least I can determine if the remote is working?

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First replaced the batteries, you may find a CR2032 in there easy to replace then try before blaming any other components

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SOURCE: How to find the model # of car alarm system

go to a dealer

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Hi,

Well done.....

Sounds to me like you've installed it correctly.

The only thing I could recommend at this point, is to scan your vehicle's PCM for OBDII fault codes - this will immediately identify which ignition circuit/component may have been disturbed during installation.

Cheers,

Posted on Jun 13, 2011

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