Last post on May 20, 2013 at 7:49 PM
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Honda CR-V, SUV
#18 of 20 2006 Alarm System
Oct 10, 2012 (9:37 am)
Just bought a used 2006 CR-V, when I returned to the dealer after test drive, I opened the door with the window down and the key in the ignition - horn started blowing - sales person came out and stopped it pushing a button on the fob. Little box on the bottom left of the dash with a blue light that flashs for the alarm. Is this a factory - dealer installed system? Nothing in the owners manual - sales person hasn't been able to tell me much of anything about it. Wife returned from shopping and opened the door much like the test drive and horn went off, pushed the button on the fob and it stopped - a little while later when going to run another arrend key wouldn't turn, little blue light kept flashing like it didn't reset. Pushed buttons, rolled windows up and down, nothing. Finally jerked the steering wheel back and forth - light went out and the key worked again. Don't mind the system if I could find out more about it plus tell the wife what to do when or if she has problems 50 miles from home. Might not be the steering wheel next time. Thanks for your help.
#19 of 20 Please Help EMERGENCY! Car won't start (alarm goes off can't get to school.
Feb 14, 2013 (10:58 pm)
Could I please have some help? I spent hours trying to figure this out, but couldn't, and with my car not starting, I have no way of getting to school.
I bought a used HONDA CRV 2006 and installed an AFTERMARKET ROCKLEDGE SECURITIES ALARM SYSTEM.
My previous issue that I spent days figuring out, was that I forgot to turn off the headlights on my car, and when the battery ran out, we COULDN'T RECHARGE the car because the ALARM SYSTEM WOULD SOUND, and the car was unchargeable. Eventually I had to REMOVE THE HORN FUSE, and FINALLY PUT IT BACK in the fuse box in the hood of the car. And press a button on the inside of the car by the driver's side to get the alarm system to stop sounding.
I have since resolved that problem.
My current problem that is driving me crazy is that I pulled my car into my driveway one day and all of a sudden the CRAZY ROCKLEDGE ALARM SYSTEM WONT STOP GOING OFF AS SOON AS I TURN OFF THE ENGINE. THE ONLY THING THAT FINALLY STOPPED THE NOISE WAS GOING INTO THE FUSE BOX IN THE HOOD OF THE CAR AND REMOVING THE HORN FUSE.
HERE'S THE PROBLEM THOUGH -- W/OUT the HORN FUSE, there is no noise and the alarm doesn't go off. HOWEVER, W/OUT THE HORN FUSE, the car WON"T START. Then WHEN I TRIED PUTTING the HORN FUSE BACK into the MAIN FUSE BOX so the car will work, the CRAZY ALARM GOES OFF AGAIN.
My Car currently is W/OUT THE FUSE so the crazy alarm doesn't sound. But the Car won't start w/out the fuse either. Can't drive it. School starts Tuesday. I worked on it for days today.
If you have HONDA CRV or ROCKLEDGE SECURITIES EXPERIENCE, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!
#20 of 20 Re: Adding alarm to CR-V 2010 LX model [blueiedgod]
May 20, 2013 (7:49 pm)
Hello every body I am lenqkenq would like to join the discussion. I've been having problems with the security system CR-V (but sorry it is 2009). I think this car immobilizer and security system related to misoperation is quite reliable. Unfortunately the security system at the door (driver's door) is still weak and easily be broken by anyone, for example using the “tee” key, without any reaction from security alarm at all.
Since the factory does not recommend any additional security system, so now I make door lock cylinder “blinded” with a thin sheet of stainless steel. Simply I do not want anyone to get into my car. Remember, once they interrupt the ignition, the car will be immobilized, and left a much bigger problem. Hope this post is useful for this discussion..