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Alarm i disconnected my battery yesterday and since ive connected it the alarm wont arm itself

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  • mvincent318 Jul 01, 2009

    well i was changeing my my air filter and i disconnected both sensors that plug into the side of it and forgot to plug them in before i started my car again. so a malfunction lamp came on called my friend and jaguar and after telling them what had happened they said it wasdef the problem, so i did it and indicator lamp went of its all good. but since i have recoonected the battery the car seems like it does not want to beep and arm itself, but it still locks and unlocks the car with remote..

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    rteemon May 11, 2010

    the owners manual should tell you how to reset alarm if its a factory system of try inputting the in the door turn it several time and press arm button and see wht happen

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