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Re: R reg Galant 2.0 The alarm system sounds randomly. I believe I had disconnected the siren, but now it (the siren?) is clicking - even when the battery is disconnected

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Hi it has its own back up battery inside if you not useing it take it out yates210456

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How to disconnect the alarm


Depending if it is a aftermarket or a factory alarm, they should all have fuses that can be removed. By removing the fuse, you may lose your keyless entry option. Most aftermarket alarms have a siren that is usually mounted under the hood in the engine compartment area. I've seen where people have cut the wire going to the siren to disable it but keep the power going to the alarm system to keep the keyless entry still functional if it came with the alarm system.
Factory alarms usually use the existing horn for the alarm. If that is the case, you might need someone who is experienced to disable the circuit so that the horn will not sound if alarm goes off but the horn will still be functional when needed. Hope this helps.

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It may be easier to just disconnect the battery at night. You could even buy a disconnect switch.
The siren is powered by a 10 or 15amp fuse number 12, but you would still have the hazard lights flashing. That is a different fuse. The actual keyless entry and alarm module gets power from several sources.

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Do you still have your Key Fob? The siren is impossible to turn off without the Key Fob.
Can you start the car? If working properly, the siren will be accompanied by all the marker lights flashing and the car's ignition being disabled.
If you can still start your car, you may have to disable your siren. NOT A GOOD IDEA!
When the battery was installed, did the fuse on the positive side get damaged? Did any wires get pinched or otherwise shorted against the positive terminal or leads? Check all over that area to make sure all is well.
If you absolutely have to, you can pull the siren relay IF it doesn't disable your ignition too. AGAIN! I DON'T BELIEVE THIS IS A GOOD IDEA, but needs must as the devil drives.
If you disconnect it, get it into the shop as soon as you can. You don't want to be without your anti-theft system for long.
I wish you the best!

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Surprising enough most cars now a days have two horns right next to each other to give a louder sound. I have also heard some people mistake their aftermarket alarm siren as an additional horn. Hope this helps.

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IT'S HARD TO GET TO. I DISCONNECTED IT FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE CAR. HAD TO SHIMMY MY BIG HANDS THROUGH AND PAINFULLY REMOVE THE POWER CABLE TO THE SIREN.

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