Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: vauxhall omega 1999 model
THE BACK UP BATTERY INSIDE THE SECONDARY ALARM LOSES ITS CHARGE CAUSING THE ALARM TO TRIGGER .SOLUTION .REMOVE THE ALARM. YOUR ALARM WILL STILL GO OFF THROUGH YOUR HORN .IT IS SITUATED UNDER THE PASSENGER WING BEHIND THE PLASTIC INNER WING UNPLUG IT AND GET RID OF IT.A NEW ONE WILL SET YOU BACK £60 IT COST ME £45 TO GET MINE REMOVED BY AN AUTOELECTRICIAN. HE SUGGESTED THAT I DIDNT PUT ANOTHER TO REPLACE IT THEY JUST GO OFF FOR NOTHING. DOESNT AFFECT YOUR NORMAL ALARM
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
SOURCE: car alarm randomly goes off
there is a hood switch located at front passenger side under hood. check to make sure the plunger at hood is pushing the switch completely down. sometimes there may be just enough clearance that a strong wind will set the alarm off.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
sounds like the hood alarm switch is not making proper contact with the hood, the alarm will not set properly, check the hood alignment
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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