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Horn alarm wont stop after changing battery

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  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    I have a 1994 jetta. It has been sitting in my parking lot for a month. I just went out to take it for a ride and all I get is a clicking noise and then the horn sounds. I do not have an owners manual. If this has something to do with the security system how can I start my jetta.

    Thank you
    Stuck in PA

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You need to disengage the alarm after the battery cables have been connected by inserting the key in the door lock and turn to shut off the alarm

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Wel in my car the door locks dont work wat can i do

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  • ramiro1405 Oct 20, 2008

    i mean that the door locks dont work so i cant shut the alarm off

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