Valet mode is a car alarm service mode. In this mode, all security alarm functions are disabled. This is necessary if, for example, you need to leave the car at the service for repair.
It is necessary
- - Security system control panel;
- - Operating manual for your car alarm.
For each alarm, disabling the Valet mode is an individual operation. Take the instruction manual, read it, there is probably a corresponding section explaining how to disable this function. If this section is missing or the manual was lost, then it does not matter. Although the disconnection process is individual, nevertheless, most security systems have a similar procedure in which this function can be disabled.
First of all, get into the car, turn on the ignition and turn it off after 5 seconds. Try to do this on time, as in case of failure, the operation will have to be repeated.
Then press and hold the Valet switch for 10 seconds. This switch is located on the signal receiver, which is most often located under the steering block of the car.
The siren of the security system will give from two to five short beeps, after which the LED indicator (light emitting diode) will go out, the side lights will flash several times. That's it, the Valet service mode is disabled, now the alarm will work in normal mode.
Make sure you have buttons and switches on your remote before attempting to turn off this mode. In case these buttons cannot be found, most likely they are simply labeled differently. Contact the service center for advice.
There is also an alternative way to disable this function. This happens remotely when using the control panel of the security system. To do this, you need to get into the car, turn on the ignition and turn it off after 5 seconds. For 10-15 seconds, hold down the buttons with the image of an open lock and speaker. The siren will emit two to five short beeps, the side lights will flash several times, and the alarm LED will turn off.