Autowatch - Car alarms you can trust

Would you like to find out what your Autowatch alarm is trying to tell you? By using the below in you will be able to understand a lot more about your alarm and what sensor has been triggered.

Most Autowatch alarms will store the trigger code for up to 10 cycles of the ignition (how many times you have started your car).

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How to access diagnostic trigger report back.

To enter trigger report mode, the owner simply has to turn the ignition on and off to count the LED flashes. This is the same method as you would use to enter your over-ride PIN number, the details of which can be found in your user manual.

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Programming code 1,2,3 – 1,1
1 Flash: Bump Sensor
2 Flashes: Doors
3 Flashes: Bonnet
4 Flashes: Ignition
5 Flashes: Panic

The trigger information is cleared after arming and disarming the alarm 10 times.

1 Flash: Movement Sensor
2 Flashes: Bonnet
3 Flashes: Doors
4 Flashes: Ignition

Programming code 1,2,3 – 1,1
1 Flash: Movement Sensor
2 Flashes: Bonnet *
3 Flashes: Doors *
4 Flashes: Ignition
5 Flashes: Panic

The trigger information is cleared after the memory report back has been accessed.

Programming code 1,2,3 – 1,1
1 Flash: Movement Sensor (ultrasonic)
2 Flashes: WPIR or WREED (when allocated to its own zone)
3 Flashes: Panic
4 Flashes: Ignition
5 Flashes: Negative Door
6 Flashes: Positive Door
7 Flashes: Boot
8 Flashes: Bonnet

The trigger information is cleared once the alarm has been turned on and off 10 times without triggering.

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