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I recently had my car jump started and now when I put the key in the ignition, the hazard lights flash and the horn sounds continuously.

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Need to reset ur car alarm, once battery dies down and u boost her up, the car alarm becomes activated. Just shut off the alarm like u usually do before starting ur car.

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