Question about Hyundai Sonata
TAKE THE KEY THAT UNLOCKS YOUR CAR DOORS PUT IT IN THE LOCK TURN IT BACK TO THE LEFT AND HOLD IT FOR ABOUT 10 SECONDS THIS METHOD USALLY DISARMS THE ALARM.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
FIXED. It was my duplicate Alarm/Key set causing my car alarm go off at random. I noticed this when I went looking for my duplicate key set for the car the try one of the other solutions, I saw the remote light go on by itself at the same time the alarm sounded.
To test if its your remote is causing the random car alarm going off, I recommend that you put all car remotes it in a metal cased box, refrigerator or wrap it in aluminum foil. (this should stop the radio waves signals from making it to your car). If the problem stops you know the problem is not with your car but with the remote.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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