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Alarm keeps going off even when car is unlocked

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is it a foctory alarm? or an aftermarket alamr? if it is factoty
just lock and unlock the door with the key, but if not let me know.

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Try shutting you door with you in it, lock it and then puch unlock it then you alarm should be reset. If you would like to find your code for your key less code let me know. or change you code,
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Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: panic alarm going off intermittently

I had the same problem on my 1997 F-150. It was an Aftermarket Alarm. (Varmit) The problem is that the Mercury switch is failing inside the alarm box, underdash. Lightning will set it off. The Fix;
Take the truck to an any aftermarket alarm seller and replace only
"THE BOX". No other parts need replacement. Don't let them sell you anything else. Should be approx. $100.00 at the most.

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Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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You have a bad or sticking door adjar switch. The switch is located in the latch assembley inside the door. Most of the time you can take some WD40 and spray it into the latch,put a good amount on it,then open and close the door several times.

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you could just pull the fuse, the technician will work out the rest. then you'll get some rest

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