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Ford Fiesta Quartz 1995 - alarm

I disconnected battery when re-connected the alarm keeps going off and unable to stop it. Can you advise.

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If you have a remote, use it to cancel the alarm after battery is connected. Also look for a valet switch that overrides the alarm. Have to turn the Key on then hit the valet switch. If car will start but has alarm sounding find the speaker and cut the wire.

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