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Alarm is going off and I am unable to disarm it

I do I disconnect the alarm system? When I jumped my car the alarm system went off, it stopped after a while. I drove it open when I opened the door it went off again. I don't have that black thing to disarm it.

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  • drfehlgood Feb 07, 2009

    I also have this problem with my freshly (yesterday feb 6 2009) puirchased 2000 diamante. The only thing that I could find that stopped it was to open the trunk with the key. I dont get it, but it works. I am planning on ordering a new keyless entry remote and hoping that by coding it to the car it also somehow deactivates the stupid factory alarm without me having to open the trunk before I ever open the door...

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did you get a different key for your alarm box if not thy the ignition key. joe

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if u can't disarm it with the door key then the system has developed a hard fault and is falsely sensing the car is being stolen, u will need to have the security system scanned by the dealer to determine what is causing the false activation.

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SOURCE: disabling alarm system on 2000 mitsubishi mirage

this is a long shot, put the key in the driver door, turn to unlock then try to start the car, some systems disarm when the key is used to unlock the car.

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