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Car died and now alarm will not turn off.

I left my lights on in my 1999 VW beetle and it would not start. I got a jump start and now my car alarm will not turn off. The key is old and does not work so I have not used the alarm for the longest. How do i disable the alarm?

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  • J Alan May 09, 2009

    The electrical components of the car don't work b/c of water damage to the car (the main control is under the driver's seat). I would like to disable the horn and/or alarm b/c the horn goes off constantly while driving.

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Manually lock and unlock the driver door with the key. ( i have the same problem) I think its a fuse problem, because if I keep locking and unlocking the car will finally give in and unlock. try opening and closing the door while doing this too.. it seems to work for me.

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