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How do you "code" it to work with your OEM Alarm? (archive)

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Posted by sammyf on January 30, 2001 at 19:16:03:

In Reply to: Wrong: Alpine makes a 3-button that works, did it posted by Mark in TX on January 29, 2001 at 22:43:26:

Bought a used '95 M3, but it only came with one remote. Do I need to cut wire traces or set dip switches?

any help appreciated.
-Sam


Pacific Coast Parts
310-515-0207
Part # SEC8448-P
$50 + shpg.
www.pacparts.com

Save your original buttons, the Alpine ones are labeled differently but you can use the old ones. The buttons perform the exact same functions as the 'BMW' remote which, of course, was made by Alpine.





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