Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Depending on the type of vehicle you can but not usually. The alarm would have tripped off due to the battery going flat thats why you could not open the doors with the remote, or switch the alarm off.
The only way you can disengage the alarm is to remove the alarm relay and bypass it.
But unfortunately we can not give you this type of information as it can be used in a ' negative way ' or thieft of vehicles.
But for you, just fit a good battery and then you should beable to switch the alarm off with the remote.
Hope this helped.
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