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My panic siren comes on at any time by itself with out my touching the key fob

My panic siren comes on at odd times. I have not touched the key fob but the siren goes off.

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Low battery voltage causes the theft siren to come on sometimes. if the battery is original, have it load tested. ck to make sure the door(hood and hatch also if equipped) switches are working properly

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