I guess its a factory alarm thats in the car. it goes off almost all the time i start the car. i was told to start it up a certin way by lettin the fuel pump cut on first but sometimes that doesnt even work. i dont have a remote for the alarm. so how do i stop it when its from going off and how do i prevent it from going off in the future? is there a way to disengage it.
Pull the fuse and forget about it. As long as you dont mind, its not a big deal. Fuses rarely, if ever share anything, sometimes if you hook something up after market you may have to run a wire to a fuse. If you have a chip on your key no ne is stealing that car, and its a 92 so no one is stealing it anyway! i have a 92, and have had it in philly since i bought it in 96. It has a built in security if you key is chipped.
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My guess would be if it is the factory alarm the security chip in the key has failed, or the sensor in the lock cylinder. Can you disarm the alarm by locking and unlocking the drivers door with the key ?
Hello. If you have a FACTORY alarm system, the deactivte prodedure is to cycle the key off-on (not to start) 5 times, in the ignition. This feature is provided in case you lose the remote, or the remote battery goes dead.
Note: this will only work with the Factory system. If you have an aftermarket system, this answer will no benefit you.
If the vehicle has a 'Factory' alarm system, try cycling the jkey in the ignition ON-OFF (not to start), 5 times. This will defeat the factory alarm. This method is used in case the remote trasmitter battery goes dead, or the transmitter is lost.
This only works on Toyota Factory security systems, however.
the factory fit alarm is not voltage sensing .The best advice is to go to VW garage and get them to read the alarm causes,(they can check the last 4).this will give you a good idea where the fault lies.ie door lock mechanism,interior monitor etc..You cannot start looking for problem until you know alarm cause..
remove the alarm,their might be a passive switch on the alarm to turn it off with a special key,if you dont have the key break the lock so you can turn it off or try to open case of alarm and look at wires and then dertimine which ones to join or break,every alarm inside is different so you will have to work it out.
I had the same problem Grace and even mechanics could not figure it out at first. I called 3 Acura dealers to find answers.
Mine began acting up when a door lock broke and when it broke, the alarm started going off out of the blue.
But.....I want you to know that the drainage of electrical that the alarm drained my battery. Jumpstarted battery and alarm would immediately start back up and drain it again. In the end, it fried my alternator. It was pretty crazy because the radio was going off and on by itself with the alarm blaring and no way to shut it off.
Answer is there is no way to remove the alarm system because it is all integrated in by the factory, Acura dealers told me. Your car thinks it has been broken into once the alarm goes off like that, so keeps doing it. The fix was to insert my key into the driver or passenger door lock and turn the key back and forth 3X. That resets the alarm and stops the whole problem.