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Car Alarm Just bought a 98 rodeo. The factory installed alarm keeps going off for not reason. How do I fix it?

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    i got a 98 izusu and the alarm just keeps going off for no reason at all hours of the day and night my lights flash and the horn goes off but gets pretty week after awhile. i have gone out to start it a few times in the morning just to find out my battery is dead because the alarm and lights wear going off all night . from time to time there will be a poping sound from where the horn is best i can tell anyway PLEASE PLEASE can some one tell me how to fix the problem

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I had the same thing happen to me when I lived in Las Vegas. Mine was a 98 Rodeo also with factory alarm. I took it to a shop but they said it was the radio waves that caused it to go off and I could buy a new one. I had to take my horn fuse out b/c i didn't know what else to do at the time. Then I moved and I never had the problem again.

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