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Mk4 golf gt tdi. Alarm keeps going off due to the car thinking the boot is open, the luggage compartment open light is permanently lite on the dash board however it goes off when I press on the brakes and comes back as soon as I release the pedal, I've removed the cover and checked the washer pipe all is fine I changed the boot latch for a new one and the problem still persists, sounds like a bad earth to me but no idea where, any ideas? Very annoying as the alarm continuously goes off :( only way around it at the mo is to leave the car unlocked :(

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did u find the solution? mine keeps doing the same from yesterday....

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