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Cloverleaf1996
post 10th October 2016 21:58
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Been checking around and seems the Philips was factory fit on my p reg

I only have one fob, want to have a spare, bought the above from eBay (working) however I can't pair the thing

If not able to pair then I have a cheap aftermarket kit,is it easy to rip out and swap, there aren't any immobiliser or relays for starter motor I might screw up? It's in the boot and can see all cables.

I don't have the small metal key for the alarm unit itself

Thanks in advance
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GialloEvo94
post 12th October 2016 16:46
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Unfortunately there is very little information floating around on the internet for the Philips PH406 alarm that these fobs belong to. There is a user manual on the forum but sadly nothing in it about programming fobs.

I think your best bet will be to rip it out and replace it with something else. Unless you start poking about in the relays and fuses by the main car battery under the bonnet then there is nothing you can really disturb. The immobiliser is a completely separate system to the alarm, so the immobiliser will remain unaffected.


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Ganz
post 16th October 2016 00:24
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I've got the same alarm system. I had a Philips stereo manual but I think I threw it out. Don't know if there was anything in the stereo that linked to the fob. Regret throwing the stereo manual out now!


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post 16th October 2016 21:05
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Unfortunately there is very little information floating around on the internet for the Philips PH406 alarm that these fobs belong to. There is a user manual on the forum but sadly nothing in it about programming fobs.

I think your best bet will be to rip it out and replace it with something else. Unless you start poking about in the relays and fuses by the main car battery under the bonnet then there is nothing you can really disturb. The immobiliser is a completely separate system to the alarm, so the immobiliser will remain unaffected.


Thanks for getting back to me, I'll rip it out and put a new one in then!
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