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Odd alarm issue #1576459
09/06/2016 14:08
09/06/2016 14:08
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Slightly confused, (doesn't take too much) year + ago had issues with my alarm, it had a tendency to go off at all different times. I removed the fuse from under the dash which solved that problem. Then went back to using the key until today opened the car as normal, 10 seconds later the alarm went off. Few questions; how can that happen without a fuse? Why did it happen now and not over the past year? is there another fuse somewhere? or could it be a simple miracle?

Re: Odd alarm issue [Re: Serg1] #1578063
23/06/2016 14:46
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sounds like you pulled the wrong fuse a year ago

are you on the factory alarm Serg1?

Re: Odd alarm issue [Re: Serg1] #1578086
23/06/2016 17:44
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Yes factory alarm, it must be the correct fuse because as soon as I pulled the fuse it stopped.

Re: Odd alarm issue [Re: Serg1] #1578150
23/06/2016 23:12
23/06/2016 23:12
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Just unplug the alarm control box?

Re: Odd alarm issue [Re: Serg1] #1578303
24/06/2016 18:36
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This the alarm control box under the dash?

Re: Odd alarm issue [Re: Serg1] #1578345
24/06/2016 22:27
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If its a META unit is is up above the fusebox.


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