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I GOT A 1994 JETTA AND I WANT START EVERY TIME I TRY TO START IT THE ALARM GO'S OFF AND IT WANT TURN OVER

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94 jetta it won't turn over but sometimes in morning it will turn over and start. what do you think is causing this ?

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Lock and unlock drivers door you may have a bad door latch and is telling the alarm to go off and prevents startup

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