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Smarttech



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United Kingdom 2012 Range Rover Sport SDV6 Autobiography Santorini Black
Alarm going off when dead locking ?

When pressing the lock button on the remote or door handle twice to deadlock the car the alarm sounds instantly but on a single press the doors lock fine.
I did have a new passenger front window fitted last week and was thinking maybe something wasn't put back correctly?

Would I see and codes for this fault if I plug in a diagnostic tool ?

Or has anyone else had this issue and have an idea where to start looking ? 2012 3.0 SDV6 Autobiography santorini black with ebony/cirrus interior.

Post #561285 Thu Jul 12 2018 7:46pm
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ilard



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United Kingdom 2011 Range Rover Sport 3.0 TDV6 HSE Lux Nara Bronze

Not had this. The deadlocking does switch on additional alarm sensors, so it makes me think a sensor is damaged. Quite why a window replacement would trigger this I am not sure, unless there is a sensor in the door itself. Hopefully someone more technical can give their views. I hope you can resolve... I ALWAYS deadlock mine and that proved most useful one night when some scally decided to prise open the sunroof and explore inside... the alarm when crazy and they had to exit the way they came in. Without deadlocking it is my belief they could have simply opened a door and the alarm would have disarmed leaving them free to open the tailgate, steal the lights, yadee yadee yadee. RRS TDV6 HSE Lux (2011MY)... Nara Bronze / Arabica

Post #561289 Thu Jul 12 2018 8:09pm
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Smarttech



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Plugged diagnostics in and cleared all codes and seems to of fixed the problem. Will see if it's all ok over the next couple of days 2012 3.0 SDV6 Autobiography santorini black with ebony/cirrus interior.

Post #561309 Thu Jul 12 2018 11:36pm
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Cymruambyth



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I thought the double click/deadlock, deactivated interior sensors? When I had my alarm issue I was told to double click to deactivate interior alarms. Steve.


2006 Zermatt Silver, Range Rover Sport HST 4.2 Supercharged.

Post #561314 Fri Jul 13 2018 9:21am
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PIG88



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I think it’s the other way round - one click activates the door alarm but not the internal sensors (eg so that you can leave a dog in the car). Two clicks will also activate the deadlocks and internal alarm sensors.

Post #561324 Fri Jul 13 2018 1:25pm
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Cymruambyth



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I was mis informed then Laughing Steve.


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Post #561328 Fri Jul 13 2018 4:10pm
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james5599



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Yeah dont deadlock anyone inside though. Rolling with laughter 2017 Svr and 2018 Svr 😂

Post #561329 Fri Jul 13 2018 4:18pm
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Scrumpy



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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

For mine, one click of the key fob "superlocks" it and activates the perimetric alarm, interior space protection and tilt sensor.
Pressing it twice within 3 seconds locks all doors and perimetric alarm but NOT interior protection. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

If we all point our RR's in the same direction and accelerate at the same time can we turn back time?

Post #561333 Fri Jul 13 2018 6:03pm
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Col



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On a face-lift RRS1 press lock button once to Single Lock, twice to Double Lock, on a pre-facelift RRS1 for some reason it is the opposite, single press activates Super Locking. As Double Locking prevents doors from being opened from inside the vehicle, the door panel would need to be removed and electrical multi-plug dis-connected to remove/replace window glass is it possible while putting everything back together the did something to the actual lock connection or dislodged a wire. Only a suggestion or thought.

Cheers
Col


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Post #561342 Fri Jul 13 2018 9:37pm
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PIG88



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Here’s the topix page on single/double locking for 2012MY. Probably different for other model years but this is how it was on our 2012 L320.

https://topix.landrover.jlrext.com/topix/c...f38d1!!1!7

Post #561343 Fri Jul 13 2018 9:42pm
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Cymruambyth



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james5599 wrote:
Yeah dont deadlock anyone inside though. Rolling with laughter


All depends Mr. Green Mr. Green Steve.


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Post #561372 Sat Jul 14 2018 3:11pm
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Traffic wardens and nubile females are exceptions. But both only in the boot. Rolling with laughter 2017 Svr and 2018 Svr 😂

Post #561377 Sat Jul 14 2018 6:05pm
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