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Battery was disconnecte and now my alarm system and door locks don't work

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  • greg9 Aug 01, 2008

    not too helpful since it is a factory alarm system and automatic door locks controlled hydralically.

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Check the fuse foc control convenience modul (ccm) . If ok, chec CCM. It is located under driver seat, under the carpet.

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Does alarm have reset key,try your local alarm shop for one

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Alarm system


Just curious, do you have an entry system?
or does it open with a key?
What happens when you try to start the car?
Anyway, I probably would disconnect the battery,
wait a few minutes and reconnect it if nothing else works.
Another thought is try all the doors.
There could be one door causing the whole problem.
Good Luck,
Paul

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