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I have a Cobra Alarm in my Mitsubishi but no Fobs – What can I do?

http://1conn.com/?binarforexar=اخبار-الاسهم Upon import into the UK most Mitsubishi vehicles were fitted with a Cobra alarm as standard. So if you have a Shogun, Lancer , L200 or pretty much any other Mitsubishi the chances are you have Cobra alarm fitted as standard. As time goes by one or more of the fobs or touch keys could’ve gone missing. Or perhaps you picked up your Mitsubishi second hand and the previous owner didn’t supply you with any keys or information.

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go here Mitsubishi renamed the Cobra 8165 as the Diamond Collection Optimum HF3 Security System and rebranded the Cobra 8185 as the Elite 4. Both of these alarms originally came with 2 x 7777b Key and 2 x Touch Key.  The large button on the 7777b key operates the central locking and arms and disarms the alarm. The Touch key is as an override to disarm the alarm in the instance of fob failure. It is also needed with the alarm PIN code to add new fobs to the system.

Cobra Touch Key suitable for Mitsubishi alarms
An example of a Touch Key
cobra 7777 fob as used on Misubishi alarms
Example of 7777 fob

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here Now with both these systems the reprogramming procedures is the same. We’re going to take a look at the possible combinations of scenarios you may find yourself in and explain what you need to do in order to get a new fob(s) and touch key(s).

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السوق اليوم In order to retrieve your PIN code you will need to find the main unit of the alarm and send us the serial number and model number of the unit.

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اسعار الاسهم السعودية مباشرة One way to find the main alarm unit is to trace the wiring back from the LED.  On the Shogun the alarm was fitted predominately in the drivers kickwell panel to the right of the gas pedal.

Shogun Alarm Position | Where is my Misubishi alarm?
Where the alarm is located in the Shogun

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Example of a serial number
Example of a serial number

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In this instance it is important to disarm the alarm using a working fob if you have one. If not use the PIN code to disarm the alarm (see above as to how to get PIN code if you don’t have it). The alarm can be disarmed with the PIN code by

1. Turn the ignition ON and OFF 3 times within 7 seconds, the system LED will illuminate
2. When the LED extinguishes switch the ignition ON
3. The LED will flash. Count the number of flashes to correspond with the first digit of the PIN code
4. Switch the ignition OFF then back ON and count the flashes for the second digit of the PIN code
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all four digits of the PIN code have been entered (finishing with the ignition ON)

Once the alarm is in the http://dinoprojektet.se/?kapitanse=copywriter-jobba-hemifr%C3%A5n&7db=b6 disarmed state you can remove it from the harness. The main unit can be sent to us and we will program new touch keys and fobs to the unit. Each touch key is £19.99 and each fob is £39.99. To do this email us at support@cobracartech.co.uk for instructions on where to send.

We will only charge you when the alarm has been programmed. Please note we cannot always guarantee this process will be successful as the alarm could be faulty.

Hopefully this guide has helped you with your Mitsubishi alarm. If you have any further questions please email us at support@cobracartech.co.uk or leave a question in the comments below.