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    Lost Alarm remote

    I have a Audiovox or i think it was a "code alarm" brand alarm on my van, that was installed by a shop about 8 years ago. Since I lost the remote that came with it, I was wondering can I just get any remote & reprogram it to this alarm. Aslong as its the same kind of remote?

    Actually i found what my remote looks like, jsut dont know if its the same exact one i need.




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    Sub Amp - PA A3000DB [not installed]
    Enclosure - JL Audio Vantage 3 10" [not installed]
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    Re: Lost Alarm remote

    Actually i'm pretty sure that it is that remote......but $25-50 for a replacement is FTL.



    Car - 1995 Acura Integra LS/JDM Front
    Current System:
    Headunit - Alpine CDA-9853
    Speakers - Pioneer's front & rear
    Speaker Amp - Kenwood KAC-646x [not installed]
    Subs -none [not installed]
    Sub Amp - PA A3000DB [not installed]
    Enclosure - JL Audio Vantage 3 10" [not installed]
    Wiring - 4GA Kicker Hyperflex/Kun Kolossus Fleks/eKo RCA/Mini-ANL w/ 150A fuse
    Electrical - Optima Yellotop


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    Re: Lost Alarm remote

    That is a standard code alarm remote. The price is pretty good. You can also check www.remotesunlimited.com



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