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Alarm keeps going off after cleaning positive side of battery. How do I disengage alarm?

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You need to recode the alarm. You have to see if it's an aftermarket or factory alarm?

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I had this happen today and called an alarm installer. he said to connect the battery cable (id unhooked it to stop the blaring) then open the door to set off the alarm. then torn on the key ( even tho it wont start the car , turn it on anyway) then look for a toggle switch ( AKA a valet switch) with the key in the on position flip the switch. ( when I did this a noticed a tiny red light come on to the left of the steering column) I turned the toggle back to the original position and then I tried to crank -AND IT CRANKED WITH NO SCREAMING ALARM!!! I was so happy, I had to post this in case it could help someone else.

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Under the dash on driver side the alarm box is usually placed there. You should be able to unplug it from power there.

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Crv wont start


Start by making sure the battery has at least 10.4 volts and that the cable clamps are clean and tight on the battery posts. If these are good, check the wiring to the starter. Make sure the "small" wire is pushed all the way into the connector and the "big" wire is tight against it's post. If all this is good and it still won't start, I would check to see if full battery power is going to the started on the "big" cable. If not, you need to back track the wiring to see where power stops. Possibly the alarm system is activated or the ignition switch has gone bad or the fuse for the ignition system is blown because of the old starter. Of course, start with the fuse check first.

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Factory security system intermittently going off. Wondering if it is a bad sensor or switch. Does the door LED flash a code? 8 long flashes followed with normal short flashes.


CAR ALARM ISSUES


It can be any of the car doors not got properly locked or the door is locked but the switch is not sensing the door locked. Open and close each door again properly.

Or else its problem with any of switch wiring getting in contact with alarm wiring causing it to happen.

And last thing alarm connections need to be inspected. It's getting short somewhere in between.


There are few help links with solutions, to troubleshoot these types of problems. I suggest going through these links.


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http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/07/volvo-car-alarm-keeps-going-off-for-no.html

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Temporarily disengage alarm on 2000 honda accord ?


Under the dash on driver side the alarm box is usually placed there. You should be able to unplug it from power there.

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What type or size battery is needed for a 2004 Honda CRV.


Hello,

24F or 35 is the battery size for the Honda CRV or a 12 volt battery. As for the type You can get a dry cell battery.

To replace the battery, please follow the steps below:
  1. Look for the battery on the driver's side, just behind the slanted headlight box.
  2. Remove the metal holder with a flathead screwdriver. Take out the long screws that hold the plate in place.
  3. Disconnect the cable ends from the battery terminals with a battery terminal puller.
  4. Lift the battery out of the compartment. Keep your gloves on at all times to avoid getting acid on your hands.
  5. Use a wire brush to clean the surface that holds the battery. Wipe it down with a damp cloth and let it dry.
  6. Clean the insides of the connector cables with a pointed wire brush and dry them off with an old cloth you can throw away.
Hope this helped. Thank You for using FixYa!!!

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Remote central locking not working on Honda CRV 1999. central locking works with Key and the alarm and imobliser work form the remote.


Hi I wonder if you can advise me ,my central locking and alarm is very unreliable it keeps making a beep before the ignition goes on and clicking,it sometimes sets the alarm off,Ive had the AA round and theyve told me the car battery is dead,which I appreciate,but think the key hub central locking or alarm is running the battery low does the hand held button need a new battery,or can I take the fuse out for the central locking,dont want to pay 66 quid for a new battery if I can pay 2 quid for a new battery for the central locking button,or demobilize it

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Lost remote to alarm on 1996 honda civic need to change battery


I had this happen today and called an alarm installer. he said to connect the battery cable (id unhooked it to stop the blaring) then open the door to set off the alarm. then torn on the key ( even tho it wont start the car , turn it on anyway) then look for a toggle switch ( AKA a valet switch) with the key in the on position flip the switch. ( when I did this a noticed a tiny red light come on to the left of the steering column) I turned the toggle back to the original position and then I tried to crank -AND IT CRANKED WITH NO SCREAMING ALARM!!! I was so happy, I had to post this in case it could help someone else.

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02 CRV:When my lights or keys alert does not tell me.


I had the same problem with the lights alarm on my 2002 CRV. The alarm is linked in to the door open switch on the drivers side. If you open the door, about half way down on the centre post you'll see a rubber covered push switch. This is held in place by a single phillips screw. Remove the screw and gently pull out the cover. On mine, the wires had become unclipped from behind and just had to be reconnected (push fit).

Apparently this is a fairly common problem caused by the seatbelt being caught in the door and catching the switch.

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2008 Honda CRV 2.2 diesel parked at Gatwick airport for 13 days. Battery completely flat on return! I am in no doubt that the battery was fully charged when left and I know that nothing was left on (other...


According to the 2008 Honda CRV 2.2 DIESEL.
First turn off all known loads
Disconnect one terminalof the battery and connect an ammeter in series. That willtell you if amps. are flowing. 1 amps. flattens a battery in two days as most batteries are 50 amp hour.
If current is smaller it takes longer.
So 1/10 amp = 20 days, it is quite possible the security system is the problem.
Solution a solar charger that provide an amp. in a window that sees the sun when you park.

These solutions take times so do not forget to charge me.


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