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Check to see if your vehicle honks when you press the "lock" button on your key fob. Press the "lock" button multiple times in a row. Many devices won't beep unless you double-tap the button after locking. If the horn doesn't honk, but the lights flash, your chirp feature is probably disabled.
Use your keyless fob and ignition key to enable the audible chirp. The process varies considerably on different makes and models. You must usually consult your owner's manual, a dealership or the alarm manufacturer for the correct process.
If you disable your alarm system because of embarrassment ( a poor excuse for too lazy to fix) imagine your inconvenience when someone steals the vehicle because you didn't hear it go . IT may be a simple thing such as resetting the CPU with a code reader or going to a good auto electrician or chevy service centre to have it fixed
Are you sure it has an audible alarm? As with most things on a Porsche, it's an option that many don't opt for. The immobilizer is what you're describing only flashes the lights but there isn't necessarily an audible alarm.
These are the types of problems that are caused when modifications are made to a vehicle - especially the newer models where everything is computer-controlled and several computers in the vehicle are networked together and share information with each other. Disabling one will make the next one start sounding the alarm, turning on warning lamps or and/or setting fault codes.
The only recommendation that I have is this:
If you do not want to have to REPAIR an air suspension system, DO NOT BUY a vehicle that is equipped with air suspension. If you already own a vehicle equipped with air suspension and it breaks, either repair it properly, or trade the vehicle off. You probably cannot even GIVE the vehicle away once modifications are attempted. NOBODY will want it.
Making modifications in an attempt to get around making proper repairs usually CAUSES more problems than it fixes.
Replace the airbag lamp in the cluster, and get the LFC ( Light Flash Code ) to figure out what the problem is with the SRS. The 5x5 beeping is an indication that there is a SRS problem waiting and the airbag light cannot give the LFC. Page 105 in the owners manual.
Once you replace the airbag light, you will get a LFC that is a 2 digit number presented by the flashes. Example is a LFC of 42, the airbag light would flash 4 times, pause flash 2 times pause and repeat.
Once you have the LFC, either start a new problem, or add a comment to this problem with the number for further diagnoses.