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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try unhooking the battery while the battery is disconnected turn the ignition on leave the ignition on while you reconnect the battery this should override the alarm
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
Hi i had problems starting mine( just bought it) i was stuck in a carpark for 20mins trying to start it!
Try pressing the lower button (lock/unlock) on your key fob then start her up but make sure your foot is right down on the clutch-or she won;t go! Hope this helps?! i had no manual with mine so if you got any usefull info would appreciate it- iv;e also got a gas tank in the boot- is that standard?have you got one?
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
sometimes it depends on the type of allarm, if it is factory fitted they are a nightmare to do as most of the wireing for the allarm is intergrated into the loom, where as if it is an after marked alarm ( one fitted later on ) it shouldnt be to bad but still a long and complicated job to find all the wires and reconnect the originals bypassing the immobiliser/alarm if you are a complete novice this should not be attempted as you could immobilise the car completely, best thing for you to do is get an auto electrician to have a look at it for you, sorry its not much help
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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