ajsmith ( firstname.lastname@example.org) gurgled happily, sounding much like they were
It does - you just have to make sure it's ALL in the browser - the last few
characters have wrapped onto another line.
To summarise, though...
Next time you start the car, if you use the new code it'll "stick". If you
use the old code, it'll revert to that.
DO NOT FORGET THE CODE. New ECU time if you do.
My ZX was registered in April '97; the security keypad has no 'd/n'
button; the buttons are:
top row 1 2 3 C
middle 4 5 6 S
bottom 7 8 9 0
with a red LED to the right of the C and a green one to the right of the
The instruction booklet I have for mine is dated 'March 1996'; scruffy but
I could email a scanned copy of it if you like - 12 pages A5, scanned as
6 A4 sheets.
Whiskers ( email@example.com) gurgled happily, sounding much like
they were saying :
As with XM, it changed around that time.
D/N gives you a delay before it reactivates.
S gives you a "service code".
(Put your code in, press S, put service code in - service code works until
you put the main code back in again)
C is "Change", just the same on both/
right ok, thanks all, very much appreciated, if i had read the links
properly i would of seen that i had to lock the door after inputting the new
code, once i had done this the new code was working as it should.
pity the central locking has now decided to stopping unlocking the doors,
arghhh problem for another day me-thinks.
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