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Help Please!!! Alarm problem.

Oh boy, I hope someone can help me. I own a Mazda 1988 Mazda 929 and the alarm has disabled my car. How do I find the kill switch? I have looked for a manual to no avail. Any advice will be GREATLY appriecated. Thank you. Linda

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  • emeraldskye Jun 16, 2008

    The alarm is factory. The car is Petrol. There is no remote, to turn off the alarm you unlock the driver door.



    So the problem, in a nutshell is:



    I need to learn where the kill switch is so I can deactivate or bypass it. We put in a new battery and now there is no power going to the car. And it all relates to this darn alarm.



    Thank you.

  • emeraldskye Jun 16, 2008

    Okay, that went over my head. So I will read up on what you mean......and I will let you know if it worked. I'm extremely frustrated because I can't find a manual that was written for this particual car. I tried the Haynes website but as I sated above there isn't one.



    Thank you for your reply.



    Linda

  • Richard Perkins
    Richard Perkins May 11, 2010

    Hi there!



    Is it a factory fitted alarm or an aftermarket one?



    Is the car Petrol or Diesel?



    Is an immobiliser fitted, or just the alarm? If just the alarm,do you have the remote?



    I will do what I can from here...

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Hi,
Me again. Faulty forum entered me as guest - issue still unresolved.

Back to your problem.

Someone is producing a Cd of a service manual - Clicky here

However, information on alarm systems may not be covered.

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

Hi.
With everything connected and ignition switched on, check the supply area around the ignition switch. If there is power there, the alarm interrupts the supply after the ignition switch.

Next with ignition on, check supply at the coil input. If there is no supply there, route cable from ignition switched live to coil supply +ve. All other circuits should get this bridged supply and work normally.

Remove any sounder.

If this doesn not work, let me know and I'll go into more detail.

Hope this helps.

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