Question about Hyundai Sonata
If it is an after market alarm you should be able to remove the in-line fuse from the power line to the alarm and solve the problem. Since you don't have the remote this was a problem anyway since if the alarm was triggered it would leave you stranded. It sounds like the starter kill switch is engaging. The key in the ignition should reset the alarm but sometimes they don't. You can try disconnecting the Positive cable from the battery and grounding it for 30 sec then reconnect it if the alarm is built in by the factory.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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