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In that case the alarm module is defective and must be replaced. If you have a factory alarm then it's best to take it to a dealer - your alarm's malfunctions could have been generated by another malfunction in the ECM and it must be tested. If not, it will be cheaper just to install a new alarm.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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Close any open doors, and lock them all from the driver's door. You should hear the other doors locking when you turn the key in the driver's door. Check the other doors to make sure the lock indicators are in the "Locked" position.
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