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Disconnect alarm killing battery

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    Colin Stickland May 11, 2010

    whats killing the battery ??keep it charged by connecting it to er indoors if its anything like mine the amout of hot air that comes out would defrost iceland

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Plug a solar panel in via the cigarette lighter, and check alternator output.

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Changed the battery and it set off the alarm. it seams like it activated a kill switch of some kind. is there a way to reset it?


You probably had your alarm set when you took out the old one. Just unlock your doors with your key fob, then disconnect the battery again for a few minutes and let it reset with the alarm off.

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Disconnect alarm


Yes,is possible.Because it'son when sitting still/not driving.Along with a lot of other things,like the cronemeter/clock.This stuff will drain a battery after sitting for a good while.Slowly,but still a drain.Most likely the battery has been in use for a good while and may need replaced,but if you don't wanna replace the battery,just disconnect the alarm system or pull the fuse from the panel to deactivate it.

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THE ALARM AND HAVE TO CHARGE THE BATTERY.I THINK THE ALARM SYSTEM IS DRAIN THE BATTERY


Alarm system teake up no more power than the memory on your radio.....un less it is triggered alot. Pul the negative off your battery and connect a simple 12v tyest light between the negative and the battery. The light should fade iout. If it stays on you have a short in the car. Pull fuses that are always on till the light goes out. Might be your alternator. Goal is to get the light to go out.

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If the engine will start, and the car is drivable, find the alarm and disconnect it until such time as you can get to a repair shop. If disconnecting the alarm kills the engine, then use a jumper wire to bypass it. If the car won't start because of the security system, I'm afraid you will have to have it towed to a dealership or repair facility to disarm it.

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We need to disconnect the factory alarm. It keeps killing the battery . Was wondering if there are fuses to remove or if it has it's own wiring harness?


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Alarm activated when it wasn't engaged. Now car won't start runn


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Disconnect alarm


if it is aftermarket then all you have to do is disconnect the wire to the alarm that has power constantly going to it. if it is factory then you will need to make sure you tie the starter kill wire back into itself so you have a continuous circuit and not a broken one so that the car will still start. factory alarms are always a pain to locate where the starter kill wires are but usually the are near the steering column.

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When I turn the key off, it is like disconnecting the battery.


Does the car have a battery kill switch installed with its alarm system? It sounds as though when you cut off the key it engages the kill switch which removes power from the vehicle when the key is removed and the alarm is tripped.

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