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Hi guys,disconnected the battery connected again,alarm goes on can't start the car.previous owner said alarm didn't work(was broken).don't have remote too.how can i disconnect the alarm or what should i do?thank you p.s. car is bmw e36 320i coupe 1994

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  • a_vital84 Jul 18, 2009

    Guys,took off glovebox found main alarm box removed which i suppose brains from main box.Car start and alarm doesnt go on,but everytime i start or turn off the car it makes beep and flashes sidelights couple timesIt doesnt bother me at all as long as i can drive or should i disconnect a plug with wires from the main alarm box?And won't that beep and flash of sidelight effect the car or driving it in anyway??thanks again

  • a_vital84 Jul 20, 2009

    I think its turned off,like i said in my last comment i disconnected the brains i think,but its still beeps and flashes sidelights couple times but i able to start engine and drive.So will it effect driving or car anyway?or its better to disconnect plug with wires from main alarm box?

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Try locking with key in drivers door lock the urn to unlock position and hold 15 seconds should turn off alarm

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