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I have a beeping coming from the driver side rear panel. What is it telling me?

It is likely the power sliding door. If you turn off the PSD feature and close the door manually you can by-pass the alarm. Most likely the automated closing mechanism is having a problem

Dec 08, 2015 | 2002 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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Unable to lock doors on a 2000 passat, but the alarm is activated. How can I disable the alarm?

easy and cheap repair ,look on the end of the door lever with the door handle and their is a rubber cover ,remove this and undo the allen headed screw ,now hold the door handle and pull it out to open the door position the slide it backwards and it will come out ,look on the back of the door lock and their is a contraption that opens the door lock inside the door .this kit for this is cheap from the auto factor about 2 euros is all i pay for this kit ,fiddly job to fit but easy to do then refit the door handle ,you can reset the alarm by looking for the flat slot on the door lock inside and turn it with screwdriver as this will lock and unlock the lock de-activating the alarm .Right time to go to work now this is the last answer for now as have a citreon picasso to repair and a citreon timing belt to change ,real cars but first iam off for my morning coffee as this is spain after all land of manana ,siesta and fiesta

Oct 01, 2012 | 2000 Volkswagen Passat 4Motion

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Alarm set

this is a factory alarm, the problem is the alarm is active, you will need to use the door locks to turn alarm off, insert key in driversdoor and lock and then unlock door this will turn alarm off, if that doesnt work then use pass/side door, the lock has a built in switch that knows when the door is locked or opened, the driversdoor may have a bad switch so inturn the computer thinks the door was forced opened without key and it is turning alarm on, so again use the key to unlock door try the pass/side if driversdoor doesnt work. good day

Nov 24, 2011 | 1998 Plymouth Voyager

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Can't stop automatic sliding door from opening and alarm from dinging

Pull the 15 amp fuse for the doors and go to manual open and close. Fixing the alignment only works for a short while. Remember to turn switches to manual .

Sep 18, 2011 | 2006 Buick Terraza

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2004 Honda Stream. Alarm goes off in winter, at night, when it's very cold. Is there a simple fix (other than turning it off)?

the main reason the alarm goes off by itself is usually due to the doors on the car. the alarm is triggered when the cotnrol system detects that a door has been opened. There should be 2-3 terminals that line up to make sure the door is closed. In the winter they can get frosted with ice or dirty from salt and road dirt. the contacts get greasy/grimy/dirty over time.

if the switches don't make a good electrical contact the slightest vibration can cause them to break contact and trick the security control unit into thinking that someone has attempted to open the door.
The easiest solution is to clean the contacts on the door switches on both sliding doors with isoprophol alcohol.

the doors use a plunger type switch that the door closes against. if either of those switches is loose it couldalso cause the same problem.

clean the contacts on the sliding door and see if the problem goes away. it probably will.

I also like to spray the rubber plunger receivers with a quick coat of silicone grease, this keeps the rubber from getting brittle and makes it less prone ot freezing in the winter.

Mar 09, 2011 | 2004 Honda S2000

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My remote will lock, auto start,and sound the alarm. but it will not unlock or open the sliding doors

check the actuators in the sliding doors and make sure the motors aren't bad

Mar 06, 2010 | 2005 Chevrolet Uplander

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Sliding door alarm sounds constantly

there must be a switch some where , around the door to shut it off when door shut

May 10, 2009 | Chevrolet Uplander LS Cars & Trucks

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1997 venture keyless remote programming


System warning lamp located on top of the instrument panel
Press UNLOCK button once , turns on interior lamps and deactivates alarm (if fitted)
Press UNLOCK button twice w/in 5 seconds unlocks all doors, turns on interior lamp and deactivates alarm (if fitted)
To activate alarm system (if fitted):
Switch ignition OFF
Open driver's door
Press Lock button on remote
Close Driver door
warning lamp will flash when system is activated
Press remote power sliding door button will open sliding door (if fitted) only if unlocked first
Pressing remote panic button:
*Sounds horn intermittently
*Flashes exterior lamps
*Turns on interior lamps
**Pressing panic for the second time OR switching ignition ON deactivates alarm.

Remobe key from ignition switch
Remove the "BCM PRGRM" fuse, from the fuse box
Close all doors
Turn ignition switch to the ACC position
With in 1 SECOND , turn the ignition switch to OFF then back to 'ACC'
(really, with in one second)
Open and close the driver's door. A chime will sound, indicating programming mode activated
Press and HOLD LOCK and UNLOCK SIMULTANEOUSLY untill a chime sounds 2 times ( about 15 seconds)
Repeat this exact procedure for all remotes to be programmed
Remove key from ignition
Refit 'BCM PRGRM' fuse.


Aug 24, 2008 | 2000 Chevrolet Venture

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2006 Honda odyssey. Security alarm activates randomly. How do I prevent it?


I am assuming that your Odyssey has a factory installed alarm system. If yes, then it is a basic door and ignition sensor to trigger and therefore should have no false trigerring. If it activates (with no) randomly even when not triggerred, then it can only be further assumed that door locking/sensor mechanism is getting false readings. Any thing out of the ordinary with the doors? (especially driver's side passenger doors).

You may want to check the electrical connection of the power sliding doors (Junction Switches). Like most door switches, they may be misaligned, worn out, corroded or simply deteriorated. Being an electrical device, moisture, rust, dust, grime and dirt may affect its performance.

If that does not correct the problem, you may want to check fuse #13 (the manual says #5) for continuity. There are some instances that remove and reinstall resets the alarm.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Jul 19, 2008 | Honda Odyssey Cars & Trucks

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