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If i close my cars doors and close all the windows then deactivate the immoboliser to lock the doors it does it but the immoboliser goes off thrice instead of twice.After a minute or two the alarm goes off randomely.What would the problem or cause be to it please?

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You could have a sensitivity problem. ask dealer how to reset

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