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You can probably just snip the connecting wire. I would try to explain the situation with the towing company. They might even be able to give you a hand.
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Posted on Jun 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car alarm randomly goes off
there is a hood switch located at front passenger side under hood. check to make sure the plunger at hood is pushing the switch completely down. sometimes there may be just enough clearance that a strong wind will set the alarm off.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
You may have left a door half open, or have a bad door switch. Until you find out what the problem is you can manually push your door locks with your hand to lock them without arming the alarm and still have your vehicle locked, and not have to worry bout hte alarm.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks a lot. Feel safer knowing how to lock up car without alarm going off. Will also look into whether I have a bad door switch."
I have the same problem with my Z3 alarm going off, a local BMW specialist has traced it to the pitch sensor which has been damaged due to a water leak, the wires are also corroded. They have quoted £200 to fix it, but advise that the water leak is sealed first because it'll just get damaged again. I've had a look round and it appears the water is getting in by the off side light cluster via the boot gutter.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Not a solution, but details about the same problem with my car: I have a 99 Lincoln Continental and have noticed correlations between certain conditions and the frequency of the car alarm going off.
When it is hotter outside, the alarm goes off more frequently than when it is colder.
The more of a slant the car is parked on, the more often the alarm goes off. My boyfriend's driveway is on an incline and any time I park my car there, the alarm will go off every 30 seconds. If I move the car to the level street, it doesn't go off at all. This has been noticed on other slanted places I've attempted to park as well.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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