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Old 01-22-2012, 06:51 PM   #1
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hey guys, i have had a clifford 50.5X installed in my 2008 si for about 2.5 years now and it has worked fine since.
Suddenly when i arm the car it will beep and arm fine, but the doors will not lock. When i disarm i hear the unlocks trigger though.
What could the problem be? I have not entered programming mode with the alarm recently and have not changed any settings.

Also, i noted that after arming, the LED blinks faster than normal (i think). even after waiting ~1min for the alarm to fully arm.
Factory key locks fine.
Auto lock at 9 mph , works fine as well.

any input would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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hey guys, i have had a clifford 50.5X installed in my 2008 si for about 2.5 years now and it has worked fine since.
Suddenly when i arm the car it will beep and arm fine, but the doors will not lock. When i disarm i hear the unlocks trigger though.
What could the problem be? I have not entered programming mode with the alarm recently and have not changed any settings.

Also, i noted that after arming, the LED blinks faster than normal (i think). even after waiting ~1min for the alarm to fully arm.
Factory key locks fine.
Auto lock at 9 mph , works fine as well.

any input would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

Does the lock button still work? It could be anything but usually a lose connection is all, or a bad relay.

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the lock button on what?
The clifford remote - the lock button still arms the car so i guess it works
stock remote - locks the car fine
interior lock button - pretty sure it works.

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the lock button on what?
The clifford remote - the lock button still arms the car so i guess it works
stock remote - locks the car fine
interior lock button - pretty sure it works.

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The DOOR lock button, so the locks work but not the remote controls. Check the connector on the wire for the lock, not sure what an si is so I can't help you there.
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Civic si : Lock GREEN 34 PIN CONN, REAR OF FUSE BOX

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