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Reset alarm in 2002 subaru forester

Replaced battery, now the alarm goes off everytime we open the car with the key, don't have the fob key how do you reset the alarm?

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yes a low or defective battery will cause the alarm to go off, if the battery was low chances are it is starting to fail, replace it before it strands u..

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Check the cap and rotor for internal carbon tracking or, just change them. Also, take a look at the coil when its dark and rainy and see if there is any arcing where the coil wire goes into it.

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First try to reset alarm by inserting key in drivers door lock and lock and unlock-if this does not work try tail lock as well.

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