The AutoPay Code system is a hardwire starter-interrupt device that is installed in a vehicle to ensure payments are made on time by the vehicle operator. It reminds the car buyer to make their payments as they are coming due and will deny the use of the vehicle when payments are delinquent.
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This is an indication that not all the install codes were entered. All the codes will need to be re-entered. Start at the bottom of the list and once a code is accepted (indicated by a triple beep) they can then enter ALL the codes from that point forward.
No, however it does matter if a code is not entered at all.
Yes, under edit, click on change commands and the codes will be displayed. It does not show on this list but the first command is always 111234. (Installers tend to stop as soon as they get a green light BUT all the commands and codes need to be entered)./p>
The most common reason is a low or flat battery or bad connection to the vehicles battery. It can also be another problem with regards to the vehicle receiving power such as the transformer or the battery.
Run a self test which can be found in the operation manual. If the device still does not accept a code, it is most likely a power issue and they need to get power to the device from the battery.
You can run a self test by entering the codes in the manual (see AutoPay manual page 6) Note: The installer will need to be prepared to write down the response they receive by way of flashing lights. If it is an end user running self test and they receive an error message the vehicle needs to be returned to the installer and installed correctly.
There is no power to the device.
Enter codes when the ignition key is in the off position.
Have them press 3 & 4 at the same time – they will hear a long beep and then they can enter the code again. (Pressing 3 & 4 together clears the device and will clear a partially entered code so can be used if the customer has entered the code incorrectly and needs to start again).
In addition, make sure that the dealer or finance company has given them the correct code. They can then enter either the correct code or re-enter the code they have.
Have them call their local distributor.
If an end user has completed their contract, they need the device removed by the company that installed it.
All devices have an emergency code. The code is 123412 and should ALWAYS be provided to the customer. It will not work unless the vehicle is shut down and will not turn the light green and will not stop the beeping but it will allow the vehicle to start for 24 hours.
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