|Not Connected most models[2009 only]||1||Switched Ignition (term15)|
|Not Connected most models [2009 only]||2||J1850P|
Park, Alarm,Airbags- yes
BattMan, Autoride - no
|Not Connected most models [2009 only]||6||Can High (High Speed)|
Engine – yes (sensors only)
Abs,Cruise,Trans,Autoride - no
|7||ISO9141 K line|
|Not Connected most models [Azure only]||8||Can High (low speed)|
|Trans ||9||Can Low (low speed)|
|Not Connected most models [Azure only]||10||J1850N|
|AutoRide16  -No||11||Not Connected|
|AutoRide ECU13  -no||12||Not Connected|
|Hvac,Speed Sensor [2000-2009] -no||13||Not Connected|
|Seat Lumbar,Alarm,CDL [2000-2009] -no||14||Can Low (High Speed)|
|Not Connected any models||15||ISO9141 L line|
|Battery power [2000-2009]||16||Battery Power|
Nope, but I have not spent a lot of time on it in recent weeks. I feel like i'm missing a procedure because I can access the alarm briefly after the siren initially goes out. Then the siren goes off again and I'm locked out.Just for clarification: did the replacement siren ultimately resolve this situation favourably?
Yep, I can pretty much guarantee that this is not happening on my car. Neither the 98 Brooklands or the Arnage T.On my 1998, Turning the key to "run" deactivates the active alarm and allows for communication to the system.
I used my spare key the other day and unlocked the car with it; the alarm sounded, put the key in the ignition, and turned to run - the alarm was deactivated.