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2001 MPV Car alarm

Thanks for any response! I have a Mazda MPV with 3 keys and no remotes. I have never had a problem with the alarm working, setting or disabling. I lock the car with the key and the alarm sets. When I go to unlocak the car the alram is no longer disabling. When I turn the key to lock or unlock the alarm goes off. I have tried several opetions to disable the alarm with the key, trying them in the passenger door, ignition etc. None of which stops the alarm from activating. So my neighbors are getting a little short fusedas I am trying todisable the alarm or at least figure out a way to get it to go off when it is active. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    my alarm goes off instantly whenever i lock the car

  • Stuart Doss
    Stuart Doss May 11, 2010

    Have you tried to find the fuse for the alarm? Is it a horn that honks or a siren?

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