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Changed battery alarm won't turn off engine starts fob opens doors

Changed battery, alarm won't turn off, engine starts, fob opens doors

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    same as above did u get an solution?



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If it is a aftermarket alarm, get rid of the alarm, or unlock and lock door w/ key am alarms are a problem when they go awry

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