Where is the module box for the alarm/immobiliser- 306 -98

Discussion in 'Peugeot 306' started by Mark, Nov 16, 2003.

  1. Mark

    Mark Guest

    I need to know where the module box is for the alarm
    I have a keyfob prob and Deviant devanti said if i could find it he's be
    able to help me out

    the car is a 306 2.0 16V XSI, 98, 3 door

    Mark, Nov 16, 2003
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    Bob Minchin Guest

    Look at Mindwipe's post on this subject on 8th Nov -

    RTFNG <grin>

    Bob Minchin, Nov 16, 2003
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  3. Mark

    Mark Guest

    Thanks Bob but i have a 3 door 306 and the post if refering to a 5 door
    Any one else?

    Mark, Nov 16, 2003
  4. Mark

    Bob Minchin Guest

    Apologies for getting this wrong Mark, I would have thought that the location of
    the alarm would be the same irrespective of the number of doors.

    Mindwipe should be able to help as a very helpful ex peugeot tech.

    I'll crawl back under my stone now

    Bob Minchin, Nov 17, 2003
  5. Mark

    Mark Guest

    No worries man

    Just would like to make sure before i rip the seat out thats all.....i'm in
    denial! dont really wanna go to that much hassle
    Mindwipe where are you
    Mark, Nov 17, 2003
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    Stuart Dalby Guest

    Isn't the alarm module under the rear seat in 5 door 306's and behind
    the side panel behind the driver's seat in 3 door 306's?

    Stuart Dalby, Nov 18, 2003
  7. Mark

    Mindwipe Guest

    its behind the osr trim panel(next to the rear seat)
    Mindwipe, Nov 19, 2003
  8. Mark

    Mindwipe Guest

    although its not much use as the alarm is controlled via the
    deadlocking/central locking unit under the seat(osr)
    what is your problem exactly? :)
    Mindwipe, Nov 19, 2003
  9. Mark

    Mark Guest

    does osr mean off side rear? (passenger side?)

    ....bascially my keyfob stopped working, the batteries are still working fine
    but it wont unlock the car
    i think its lost the sync, went to my local pug dealer and they said i would
    have to pay £25 for a credit card with some code on and also £55 to
    reprogram the key

    Any ideas how I could bring this cost down a bit?

    Mark, Nov 20, 2003
  10. Mark

    Stuart Dalby Guest

    Offside and Nearside are relative to the curb. In the UK, looking from
    the drivers seat, left is nearside, right is offside. So on a 3 door
    306, the alarm control module is somewhere in the side trim behind the
    drivers seat.

    I think you are able to program a keyfob to the car's receiver
    yourself - you don't need a dealer to do it for you. I can't remember
    the procedure myself as I've never had to do it but if you need
    further details, email me and I'll type up what the manual says about

    Also, keyfob and alarm problems with 306s are common. I remember
    similar posts here before on the subject. Might be worth you doing a
    search of the archives. Try Google Groups for example,

    Stuart Dalby, Nov 20, 2003
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    Mindwipe Guest

    Mindwipe, Nov 20, 2003
  12. Mark

    Mark Guest

    Thanks Stu
    could you email me that info please
    my address is audio DOT man AT virgin DOT net

    mindwipe....its infra red
    Mark, Nov 23, 2003
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