Question about 2001 Acura 3.2CL
Hi, assuming this is an aftermarket alarm, you might have him try to leave the ignition on and reconnect the battery. Some systems require this to prevent spikes from causing the alarm to trigger. If this is a factory system simply pressing unlock on the remote would disarm it. If trying the ignition on when reconnecting the battery does not stop the problem, take a look under the driver's side dash and try to find a pushbutton/flipswitch, this would be your valet switch. Leaving the key in the run position and pressing this switch should also disarm the system if it is an aftermarket alarm...
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