Question about 2004 Volkswagen Beetle
I would recommend that you make sure that all of the doors, trunk and hood are closing properly. If they are not fully closing, the alarm will let you know by chirping. If that is to no avail, then I would recommend that you disconnect the battery for 10 minutes and let the alarm reset itself. If that is to no avail, then you may need to change the battery in you key fob, and finally if that is to no avail, you may just have a problem with the system and need to either have it serviced, or replaced.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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