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Need replacement alarm remote.


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#1 photo2001

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Posted 02 September 2003 - 01:15 AM

One of the buttons on the alarm remote for my 2000 Forester S has stopped working. It's the button that locks the doors and sets the alarm. This is a 4-button remote. All the info I have on the remote is the name 'MICRO' on the back of it. I can't find any codes numbers. I think there was a sticker on it once with the model #. The button for unlocking the doors works fine.
I don't know if this is an aftermarket alarm system. It was in the Forester when I bought it from the dealer, and there is another remote for auto-starting the car made by 'DEI', and this remote seems to be fine.
Can anyone recommend where to get a replacement remote other than going to the dealer who will probably charge a lot more?
Thanks!

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Posted 02 September 2003 - 06:29 AM

check eBay but others have pointed out the importance of getting the same FCC number on the back of the remote.

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