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Everytime i open my car door or attempt to turn my ignition on my alarm sounds, my driver side door handle is broken as well, i have a 1997 volks jetta, what do i do?

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Check to see if your key is worn out.

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Get the key to work with the remote or it wont deactivate the alarm

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Hi...
You can open By the handle.
But you will need desengage the little bar at the Lock cylinder.
and maybe you can damage the cylinder or handle.
If you have Aftermarket Alarm on your car.
Try to open de hood Pulling the hood realese cable.
From the grill.

But if you don't have aftermarket alarm.
Get a Flat screw driver, and try to insert between the door and body At the upper right corner of the door. Driver side.
If your Radio Anntena is Solid and you can remove easy.
Remove and Insert Beside of the screw driver and PUSH the UNLOCK buttom.

Ok.. I hope this help on your problem...
Thank you for use fixya..

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