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Audi A4 2003 Alarm Problem

My alarm keeps going off. But the hazard light dont flash just the alarm horn. I try and use the key fob to stop but dosn't when I turn the key will stop for about a min then go off again. Please can someone advise what the problem is.

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  • nanthor Jan 19, 2009

    My TT alarm goes off for no reason and there is a "clicking" like turn signals while I drive it. This all began shortly after an oil change where the skid plate was removed and replaced. I'm wondering if there is a wire bundle near the skid plate that could be pinched? Any advice? Thanks, Bob.

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Hi All,
I have an Audi A6 Avant 1.9TDI Limited Edition 53 plate. While doing diagnostic checks I must have hit or changed something. When I finished and locked the car I noticed that my alarm did not activate ie indicators did not flash and there is no red flashing lights by the door locks as before. Can anyone please tell me how to re-enable the alarm. There must be an easy way of doing this without going to an Audi dealer...

Many Thanks in advance.

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There is a few things to do check the door switches that control dome lights, check wire down by the skid plate when you get oil changed there is a sensor for the starter there if it is stolen the alarm will go off or just take a BAT and BEAT the living **** out of your horn and call it good like I am going to. I hope this helped or will help I recommend an aluminum bat vrs. wood

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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