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not easy to just disable because it is part of the engine control system and will not start if the security system module is disconnected or tampered with but the most likeley cause is one of the door latches faulty or wiring around the trunk hinge broken/opencircuit the security system thinks a door or the trunk is open. the clue to help is check the dash warning saying door or trunk open when sat inside with ignition on and all doors etc. closed or even the hood switch
Not really enough info to give you an answer, but I can generalise...
You say Knocked alarm box with ladder alarm started"
If the fault is there permanently from when this happened there's a good chance that you have disturbed the tamper spring/switch on the cover of the alarm unit. when the front of the panel is removed you should be able to see the Sping/switch which is automatically depressed by this front panel, you may find the spring has fallen off the switch or gone out of alignment, refitting / realigning it should remove the tamper fault once the lid has been refitted properly. As for "bleeps when doors, windows opened"
This sounds like the "Chime" feature has been switched on and without the manual I cannot tell you for sure how to switch it off.
Chime is a feature which "Chimes" when a door is opened (Not often used on windows), if this started when the ladder fell on the panel it is most likely just a single key press to switch it off, Once the tamper fault is sorted you should be easily able to find the correct key press to turn the chime feature off.
Sorry for being a bit general but I don't have that particular manual. Hope the info helps you :o)
Most alarm systems require you to reset the tamper alarm.
Most systems will reset the tamper simply by arming the system and then immediately disarming the system. However, you MUST make sure that the Tamper circuit you tripped is closed. If you removed the cover on the panel, make sure the tamper switch for the cover is in the correct position and that the cover is pressing the switch and closing its contacts. If you are trying to arm the panel with a cover off, the tamper circuit will not reset unless you defeat the tamper switch. Just make sure you remove the defeat when you replace the cover. You may also wish to try a google search on the type and model of panel you have so you can download a copy of the manual to check on the reset procedure. We also need to know what brand and model the panel is so we can help you further..
If you are disarmed, you should only get a trouble signal when you remove AC power, This should clear when power is re-established. The tamper is a switch inside the panel that trips when the door is opened. This too should be only a trouble if the panel is not armed. (Unless the tamper is programmed for instant alarm like a panic or fire alarm input.) Check your manual for the programming instructions for bypassing or disabling the tamper. Another thing you can do is disconnect the backup battery before removing the AC power, this will stop any alarms, but you should notify your monitoring company first.
You must have the dealer keep the car until this fault occurs and then scan the security system to see what is causing the triggering of the security system. It is very possible that the drivers door ajar switch or latch switch is defective and it triggers a false tampering signal.
Verifone units has multiple sensors built inside for security reason. If you acceidentally dropped or jarred the unit, the sensors will kicked-in and give that error that you have now. And i'm also thinking about your internal system battery is getting low too and needs to be replaced. Then we need to reload the Verifone Tamper Removal Software to clear the Tamper error. Tamper error can be cleared, if you still need help you can call us @ (775) 358-2922 ask for Randy. Hope to hear from you. thank you.
there are tamper switches in this vehicle. trunk lock asm and at all door latches. be sure all power door locks are operating correctly,if not,that not likely is the door to start with. there are also cancel switches in both front doors. if alarm will cancel when using door key in either lock,then they are ok. but sure to inspect trunk tamper switch mounted by /at trunk lock cylinder for "open". is a normally "closed" switch.
Could you explain more? I know mine did that. If you set the alarm off or unhook and reconnect the battery it will disable the computer and the car will not start. Try reconnecting the battery. That will set the alarm off then insert the key into the drivers door and turn it to disable. It could also be problem with the alarm system. Sorry if Im misunderstanding.