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My car alarm goes off by itself just about every 2 1/2 hours. What could be the problem

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Bad battery or connections

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My alarm goes off intermittently


Try resetting the alarm, using the instructions given at the link below. I'll also copy the text here.

  1. Insert the ignition/door key in the door lock on the driver's- side door of your Mountaineer.
  2. Turn the key to the lock position.
  3. Turn your key to the unlock position.
  4. Turn your key to the lock position.
  5. Turn your key to the unlock position. Your alarm is now disabled. If your key fob works, you can also press the unlock or alarm-disable button on the fob.
  6. Start the Mountaineer's engine and allow the vehicle to run for at least 10 minutes. This will allow the alarm to relearn the default settings. You must make sure that you have disabled the alarm first, however, before you attempt to start the vehicle, so that the alarm will reset itself.
http://www.ehow.com/how_5978302_reset-mercury-mountaineer-alarm.html


If these instructions don't work, you can try resetting the car's computer by unplugging the battery for half an hour. However, that will reset the keyless entry code, as you can see in the fixya article I link to at the bottom

http://www.fixya.com/cars/t4755856-we_bought_it_used_and_we_dont_know_the_k



Jun 10, 2015 | 2003 Mercury Mountaineer

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My 2000 Chrysler LHS alarm goes off hours after locking doors either manually or with remote. Unlocking the driver or passenger door will shut it off but how do I correct this problem?


I do not know how to "fix" the problem to make it right, but you can disable the alarm through the relay box or fuse box. You'll lose the alarm, but can lock the car. Several may be labeled "Alarm and... try to find one that is the alarm alone or something significant, if possible. Not an answer, just an Idea.

Nov 01, 2014 | 2000 Chrysler LHS

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My door alarm goes off for no reason, can i disable it?


There is a reason and no you can't diable it if it is a factory system.

Jan 22, 2014 | Pontiac Montana SV6 Cars & Trucks

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98 ford escort horn goes off at night when its really cold


can be 4 things, as is true with all puters, as that is what it is.
1: bad inputs to the alarm (wires are corroded, shrink cold and fail)
2: bad sensors.
3: bad alarm processor.
4: bad outputs, ( the horn is a shared resource , so can be the horn stuck?)

to find this take real hard work. and tools for monitoring all inputs
to the alarm and see what fails. THE FSM covers all that
read the FSM and ask questions if any.

Jan 06, 2014 | 2003 Honda Civic

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My car is a 2007 Ford fusion. Yesterday, out of nowhere, my car alarm just went off. I kept pressing the unlock and lock button to make it stop (it usually stops when i press these) but it would not stop...


The alarm is running your battery down. Have you tried unhooking the ground wire from the battery for a few minutes to see if it will allow the electrical system to reset itself? Sometimes cars need a re-boot just like a computer.

Apr 18, 2013 | 2007 Ford Fusion I4 SEL Sedan

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My 91 caprice horn does'nt work from the steering wheel but when my alarm goes off it blows


You have 2 point of contact one is the alarm and the other is the horn switch itself, the horn switch is non op,

Mar 12, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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My security alarm goes off intermittingly without any apparent cause, usually 4-5 hours after I have parked it (and locked it up) for the evening. I end up having to open a door to stop the alarm and then...


When I bought my 2001 Jimmy, it did the same thing. Searched the "net" and found the solution. Open all the doors and clean the light switch buttons. Sometimes they get dirt in them. This worked for me. I've never had this problem again.

Jul 15, 2009 | 2001 GMC Jimmy

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98 626 es alarm goes off


Check if the shock sensor is too sensitive, check if the door pin switches are damaged and wire connection.

Jan 11, 2009 | 1998 Mazda 626

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ALARM GOES OFF ON ITS OWN. IT DOES NOT RESET.


try this:

1. find the trunk (boot) sensor (plunger) and tape it in the down position.

2. recharge the battery.

3. close the trunk and rearm the alarm.

4. listen for the alarm to go off. if it does proceed to step 6. if not see step 5.

5. the travel is too large for this trunk sensor. must have been caused by the accident. you can build up the area with some velcro or tape where the plunger meets the metal to make the travel less, thus making the alarm system think the trunk is not opened when the trunk is closed. or this sensor was damaged by the accident which will to be replaced.

6. the trunk sensor is not the problem. untape it and proceed to the hood (bonnet) sensor. tape it down and repeat steps 1-4 for the hood sensor.

7. keep repeating on the other sensors (doors, fuel door) until you find the sensor causing the problem.

good luck

Jan 01, 2009 | 2001 BMW Z3

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Manufacturerscar alarm


My alarm is triggered when I leave the windows down a bit. There's a motion sensor for the interior of the car (I think it's thermal), so when a breeze blows cool outside air through the car's hot interior, it triggers. The interior sensor can be turned off by pressing the button just behind the driver's door and in front of the rear door. Try turning that off and see if it makes a difference. Post a comment with the results.

Jul 01, 2008 | 1999 Audi A4

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