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Landrover alarm who stop going off

My alarm will not silence. I disco the positive battery and that didn't work. When I put the cable back on the battery it sound like someone is pressing the horn. Their is a red light flashing as well but I can start the car but that sound wont go away.

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Inserting the key in the ignition and turning it on can work sometimes, but do you not have a remote for the alarm? Check the battery in the actual remote if you do have one. the alarm sounds as if (by your description) it has a back up battery, if so, youll have to locate IT and disconnect it, and that should reset the alarm. Without details, its shots in the dark here. Learn your vehicle, and contact a dealer to speak with someone who Should know his product. If your attempting to steal the vehicle as we speak, then I suggest you just run. ;O)

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SOURCE: my husband has a landrover freelander, cant lock the car

first thing i would be checking is the door switches on each door if are broken or by removing switches to see if connection is broken or badly corroded also check bonnet & tailgate switches for same problem.

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If the vehicle does not turn over check the stater relay and fuse.

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SOURCE: my battery died on my 96 land rover disco and now

you've got to get the truck to a dealer so they can disable the alarm with their computer. also have them diagnose the bad wiring it sounds like you've got with the lights, which is a good culprit for draining your battery.

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SOURCE: disco II 03, M and S light flashing feels like

Suggests a problem with the Automatic Gear box ECU, or X/Y selector switch. Can also be water in the connector as it joins the gearbox, or someone's knocked the ECU which is under the passenger seat (RHD).
Sometimes this can be cleared by stopping, turning off the ignition, and starting again and it's fine. It's alerting you that it is in 'Limp Home' mode (3)

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SOURCE: 99 Disco 2 Dash lights M and S Flashing

It thinks you're kinky ;)

Seriously though, it suggests a problem with the Automatic Gear box ECU, or X/Y selector switch. Can also be water in the connector as it joins the gearbox, or someone's knocked the ECU which is under the passenger seat (RHD).
Sometimes this can be cleared by stopping, turning off the ignition, and starting again and it's fine. It's alerting you that it is in 'Limp Home' mode (3)

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