Question about 2004 Volkswagen Beetle
Lying in bed and heard alarm go off check no one around unlocked relocked with remote and while standing looking at it alarm went off.
Unlocked checked doors and hatch and opened and close all opening relocked and alarm went off again later got up check and nothing turn off alarm and left car unlocked and had no problems.
The sensitivity on the alarm itself is too high, or there is something around the car that is interfering with the frequencies that are sent / received by the alarm itself, like other car alarms, power lines (mine actually did it when i parked under a power line) or the alarm unit itself is malfunctioning.
make sure that nothing is around to the (other cars with alarms) or look up under your dash, above your pedals (might have to take the trim plate off) and / or turn the sensitivity knob (flat-head screw driver, or just a simple protruding knob) down. make sure the battery in the remote is good too. if it stil ldoes it after this, then your remote needs to be reprogrammed.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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