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Old 31 Oct 2004, 06:35 pm
JXStern
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Default Fun with the security system

On a 2004 Accord EX.

I pulled up to the post office, got out to stuff some mail into the
mailbox. Left all the windows open, doors unlocked, since I was never
more than fifteen feet away.

Got back to the car and it had locked itself, open windows and all.

So I reached in and unlocked the drivers door.

Alarm turns on! Once I figured out it was mine, and I had set it
going, I was embarrassed. How to turn it off? Guess what, pressing
the panic button on the magic key doesn't help. Putting the key into
the door and turning it seemed to do the trick.

I really must read the manual one of these days. And probably turn
off some of these zippy tricks, but at least to be aware of them.

J.

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Old 31 Oct 2004, 07:01 pm
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JXStern wrote:
> On a 2004 Accord EX.
>
> I pulled up to the post office, got out to stuff some mail into the
> mailbox. Left all the windows open, doors unlocked, since I was never
> more than fifteen feet away.
>
> Got back to the car and it had locked itself, open windows and all.
>
> So I reached in and unlocked the drivers door.
>
> Alarm turns on! Once I figured out it was mine, and I had set it
> going, I was embarrassed. How to turn it off? Guess what, pressing
> the panic button on the magic key doesn't help. Putting the key into
> the door and turning it seemed to do the trick.
>
> I really must read the manual one of these days. And probably turn
> off some of these zippy tricks, but at least to be aware of them.
>
> J.
>


Now imagine doing that inside your house garage with the garage door
closed. I'm still recovering from that scare...

Cosmin
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Old 31 Oct 2004, 08:02 pm
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"Cosmin N." <no@email.com> wrote in message
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> JXStern wrote:
>> On a 2004 Accord EX.
>>
>> I pulled up to the post office, got out to stuff some mail
>> into the
>> mailbox. Left all the windows open, doors unlocked, since I
>> was never
>> more than fifteen feet away.
>>
>> Got back to the car and it had locked itself, open windows and
>> all.
>>
>> So I reached in and unlocked the drivers door.
>>
>> Alarm turns on! Once I figured out it was mine, and I had set
>> it
>> going, I was embarrassed. How to turn it off? Guess what,
>> pressing
>> the panic button on the magic key doesn't help. Putting the
>> key into
>> the door and turning it seemed to do the trick.
>>
>> I really must read the manual one of these days. And probably
>> turn
>> off some of these zippy tricks, but at least to be aware of
>> them.
>>
>> J.
>>

>
> Now imagine doing that inside your house garage with the garage
> door closed. I'm still recovering from that scare...
>
> Cosmin


I know exactly how you felt. This happened to me more then once
in my garage... hears are ringing....

Ice


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Old 31 Oct 2004, 08:28 pm
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"Frank" <NOSPAM@NOSPAM.com> wrote in message
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>
> "Cosmin N." <no@email.com> wrote in message
> news:7YudnRMcp86aFhjcRVn-pA@rogers.com...
>> Now imagine doing that inside your house garage with the garage door
>> closed. I'm still recovering from that scare...
>>
>> Cosmin

>
> I know exactly how you felt. This happened to me more then once in my
> garage... hears are ringing....
>
> Ice

Reminds me of a hilarious scene in an old Barney Miller show where Wojo is
booking a guy who blew open a bank vault with a stolen bazooka. Wojo has to
shout at him to get through. Then the guy asks, "Ever fire one of those
things before?" Wojo replies, "Yeah, in 'Nam." The guy comes back, "Oh,
sure, Outside!"

Mike


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Old 01 Nov 2004, 03:15 am
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Default Re: Fun with the security system

so the car locks itself if you forget?Or was it the fact that the windows
were left down that it locked itself?
Have a 2001 accord v-6,I assume the same system?

thx
"JXStern" <JXSternChangeX2R@gte.net> wrote in message
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> On a 2004 Accord EX.
>
> I pulled up to the post office, got out to stuff some mail into the
> mailbox. Left all the windows open, doors unlocked, since I was never
> more than fifteen feet away.
>
> Got back to the car and it had locked itself, open windows and all.
>
> So I reached in and unlocked the drivers door.
>
> Alarm turns on! Once I figured out it was mine, and I had set it
> going, I was embarrassed. How to turn it off? Guess what, pressing
> the panic button on the magic key doesn't help. Putting the key into
> the door and turning it seemed to do the trick.
>
> I really must read the manual one of these days. And probably turn
> off some of these zippy tricks, but at least to be aware of them.
>
> J.
>



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Old 01 Nov 2004, 08:03 am
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In article <B8nhd.67117$9b.22370@edtnps84>, daroy@hfx.eastlink.ca says...
> so the car locks itself if you forget?Or was it the fact that the windows
> were left down that it locked itself?
> Have a 2001 accord v-6,I assume the same system?
>
> thx
> "JXStern" <JXSternChangeX2R@gte.net> wrote in message
> news:v11bo0tlfgm2m87qfdpo8uvegjrkl5fiqh@4ax.com...
> > On a 2004 Accord EX.
> >
> > I pulled up to the post office, got out to stuff some mail into the
> > mailbox. Left all the windows open, doors unlocked, since I was never
> > more than fifteen feet away.
> >
> > Got back to the car and it had locked itself, open windows and all.
> >
> > So I reached in and unlocked the drivers door.
> >
> > Alarm turns on! Once I figured out it was mine, and I had set it
> > going, I was embarrassed. How to turn it off? Guess what, pressing
> > the panic button on the magic key doesn't help. Putting the key into
> > the door and turning it seemed to do the trick.
> >
> > I really must read the manual one of these days. And probably turn
> > off some of these zippy tricks, but at least to be aware of them.
> >
> > J.
> >

>
>
>

That is the way my 2000 works!

R.
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