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Old 23 February 2012, 06:57 PM
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I have 2 fobs, one works and one doesnt, i have an early 2001 bugeye model which i think has the m30 sigma system, the fob that works has a broken keyring so i cant attatch it to my keys, the other fob i have is the single battery later version by the looks (it came with the car when i bought it and it doesnt work) i have tried programing the later fob with my key code but it wont work where as it will accept the broken early type fob with the 2 batterys everytime so i know im doing the procedure right and i still have the original subaru security operating manual which tells me step by step what to do with my key code written in it. I have changed the battery in the later fob so thats not the problem and it lights up when the button is pressed, so i was wondering if i have the wrong type fob for my sigma alarm system as i really dont want to keep the broken working fob in the car anymore

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Old 24 February 2012, 07:56 PM
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wrong fob mate it wont work will need to be a ac29 im sure
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Old 25 February 2012, 10:02 AM
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Thanks, i thought as much
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Old 26 February 2012, 03:50 PM
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AC38 mate

Plenty floating around the Bay
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Old 28 February 2012, 07:25 PM
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AC38 mate

Plenty floating around the Bay
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Old 28 February 2012, 08:25 PM
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Old 28 February 2012, 11:13 PM
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Apparently ac110 works too - they are thinner and stronger.

Got one on order to check :-)
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Apparently ac110 works too - they are thinner and stronger.

Got one on order to check :-)
Sometimes they do but not as good as the other in transmitting
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Sometimes they do but not as good as the other in transmitting
Oh ****!

I've got two on order from EBay!
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