While I was typing the response, the thread was locked, with a link pointing here. I dunno, I guess this thread is somewhat related, being that it's the key fob, but it is a different question from programming. Oh well.Has anyone tried to disabled the panic button - the only time it seems to go off, is the wrong time!
Blueruck said:SS - great post - I am going to fix my FOB right now - I hate the panic button going off by accident.
Yeah, it can be fun at times, but annoying at others.kegger said:But is is so much fun to be away from your Av and when someone walks by it to hit it and let the Av Honk at them. ? It usually alway's gets someone to Jump ?
On my old Blazer, the fourth button popped open the rear lift glass. On a car, it would pop open the trunk.RedAV said:Anyone wonder what the 4th pad is for?
Yes you can get a four button key fob, and I'm sure you would be able to program the Av to respond to that key fob.TXAVy said:Heck, perhaps one could spefically buy the different style fob that has the 4th button instead of trying to cobble it together. Would just have to have the AV learn the new signal, but still not sure what it would do when it receives an "Open your trunk please" signal.
That will work, but the reason for the paper is to prevent the gold contact fingers (or the carbon contact) from getting gummed up with tape adhesive residue. The only real concern there is if you ever want to reverse the mod, it will be much easier to clean up the contacts.pedr0 said:I made one small change. Instead of using paper, I taped over the black carbon contact on the rubber button cover.