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Old 09-12-2012, 04:48 PM   #1
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Alarm Codes

Any input on these codes that are showing up in Durametric under the alarm panel:

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Old 09-14-2012, 07:31 AM   #2
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According to my manual for a 97-99 which may or may not differ from other models:

Code 46 means that one door or the other is not activating when asked to lock. Manual says the possible causes are the supply lead, the door lock servo or the micro switch. I would have thought it would be self evident that your car is not locking. If it is locking properly then it probably needs a little fiddling so that the micro switch that registers the servo as having moved to the locked position is engaging properly. If it is locking properly you could also choose to ignore this code.

Code 34 means the interior monitor sensor (I am guessing they mean the infrared monitor in the middle of the dash) is faulty. Since it is not currently present I would ignore this one until it appears as a permanent issue - presuming you even care if it works.
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