Cobra Alarm PIN Code Disarm

New Zealand Product Range

New Zealand Product Range

All of the current range of Cobra alarms feature an easy to enter over-ride PIN number to disarm the alarm in the even of a remote failure.
The PIN code is 4 digits which can be custom programmed to a number of the owner choice (remembering that there is no such digit as “0”).

The Video below shows how to enter the PIN number:

The Pin Number is also required to program new remote controls to the alarm which makes all Cobra alarms safe from remote cloning.

Cobra PIN code card to be kept in a safe place.

Cobra PIN code card to be kept in a safe place.

Full Instructions

a) Open driver’s door.

b) Enter alarm 4 digit Pin number one number at a time:

– Alarm buzzer and LED will sound/flash once at completion of each number **

– Repeat for remaining 3 numbers.

c) Correct Pin Code sounds a long beep/LED flash. **

– Alarm disarms

Note: ** The following Cobra alarms feature an alarm buzzer: AK4147, AK4198, AK4138. For all other alarms watch the flash on the LED on the control panel for confirmation.

These instructions work with the following Cobra alarm systems which have all been available in NZ:

  • AB3868
  • AK3198
  • AK3193
  • AK4147
  • AK4138
  • AK4198
  • AK4218
  • AK4615
  • AK4625
  • AK4698
  • AK4908
  • AK4918.

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  10. Marko Markovski says:

    I have purchased Cobra 4615 and I got pin code which I would like to change by myself. Please tell me how to enter a new one. Also they told me NOT to by back up siren because original one will continue to sound in the event of cutting the battery power ???
    I am not sure of that and I think I need Digital Battery Back-up Siren.
    Thank You very much in advance for Your Answer.
    Marko

  11. Julian Julian says:

    Hi Marko,

    Your installer should have given you a user manual that comes on a CD. The instructions for changing the PIN number are contained there. If you don’t have the CD then ask the installer why they failed to give you a user manual!

    The whole point of a battery back-up siren is for it to sound if the battery is disconnected!
    Your installer is clearly a Muppet!

  12. Marko Markovski says:

    Thanks a lot for your answer. I have found pin customization procedure on the CD but it requires to connect a blue wire to ground and then continue with the procedure so it needs to be done by the installer and I will enter a new pin.
    Regarding the siren, kit do contains Wireless back-up battery siren and installer claims that it will sound even if the battery is disconnected. I am not sure of that so that is the reason I asked should I buy another one ( picture from your link differs from the picture from this site http://vehiclesecurity.co.nz/blog/cobra-ak4615 )

  13. Julian Julian says:

    Hi Marko,

    As an installer part of my job involves explaining to each customer how the alarm system works. This includes things like changing the PIN number and answering any questions.

    Why are you not going back to who ever sold you the alarm with these questions?

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