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2000 bettle 2.0l alarm randomly goes off

The key will not electronically lock the boot is this the cause of the alarm going off randomlly. is it possible to take out the alarm,

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Removing the alarm is not a viable solution because the computers on car moitor the locking system. the problem you have is the rear latch is malfunctioning, the plastic cover over the latch sometimes breaks and a small piece of plastic get in the lock linkage and jams it remove the latch and look for it to be jammed if so dig out the plastic piece and reinstall. if no plastic pieces jamming it replace the rear latch

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