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What is wrong w/ my alarm? it started going off by itself and wont quit until you pop the hood and disconnect both batteries


You need the dealer to scan the system and see what has failed and is sending a false theft detection signal to the control module. Most likely a door switch is defective.

Sep 17, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Ademco motion detector false alarms


Aside from any sensitivity adjustments, after all a false alarm caused by falling objects, pets or juicy bugs is not a false alarm..it's an environmental mismatch of sensor to the area, some motion detector false alarms are caused by circuit faults, possibly during the install, where the wire terminals were turned too hard and twisted slightly and are not as solid as the manufacturer intended. This twisted terminal mount could cause false alarms when either the power circuit or the sensor circuit loses continuity. Intermittent power (caused by weak/loose/nicked/damaged wiring, a weak terminal on the board or power supply problems could cause annoying faults that are hard to trace. Diligence and a good eye to spot these problems and correct them will help you determine the cause of false alarms.

In the case of wireless devices, troubleshooting is usually limited to spotless battery contacts, good batteries and proper placement.

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I ran out of gas and the check engine light came on after


When you ran out of gas, the engine could have developed a small misfire from low fuel pressure. This is a false alarm, have the light reset, and if it comes back you will have to pull the code from the computer to further troubleshoot the problem.

To reset the computer you must disconnect the battery from the car and let it sit for a few minutes. re-connect the battery and the light should come back on.

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Feb 10, 2011 | 1992 Mercedes-Benz Mercedes Benz 300 Class

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Can i by bypass my car alram


The car alarm on your 2000 Windstar minivan is wired into your van's battery. When you are making a repair to your car such as a battery change out your alarm can go off. You can easily disable the Windstar's car alarm by disconnecting the battery from the alarm. The battery is connected to the Windstar battery's negative terminal. Disconnecting the terminal from the battery will disable the alarm.

  • Socket wrench
  1. 1 Raise the hood of the Windstar to gain access to the battery.
  2. 2 Loosen the negative battery terminal labeled with a "-" with a socket wrench.
  3. 3 Disconnect the terminal from the battery to disable the alarm system.



Dec 12, 2010 | 1999 Ford Windstar

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Replaced 9 v batteries, units still chirping


This is the troubleshooting information from the kddie site. The problem is usually related to an older battery or improperly installed battery. You might also have to do a reset as described below. If battery and cleaning don't work, it might be time for a replacement - short money to keep you and your home safe.

  1. The battery may be loose, or improperly installed.
    Verify that a battery of the recommended type is securely installed. Make sure to use a battery with a use-by date no later than four to five years in the future. Check that the battery is snapped in completely so it cannot be shaken loose. It’s possible that battery connections may not be making good contact with the battery. Disconnecting and re-connecting the battery once or twice will likely fix this condition. On units with a front-load battery, be sure that the battery compartment door is closed completely as well. Loose white neutral wire can cause an echoing chirp. (From one unit to the next)

  2. The smoke alarm sensing chamber may be dirty.
    Dust and insects can collect in the sensing chamber of the alarm. An accumulation of dust in the sensing chamber can cause the unit to chirp. It is good practice to clean the smoke alarm when you change the battery. Static electricity from the ac quick connector attracts dust and can cause false alarms.

    Cleaning smoke alarms:
    To clean your alarm, remove it from the mounting bracket as outlined here. You can clean the interior of your alarm (sensing chamber) by using compressed air or a vacuum cleaner hose and blowing or vacuuming through the openings around the perimeter of the alarm. The outside of the alarm can be wiped with a damp cloth. After cleaning, reinstall your alarm, verify the green LED is on and test your alarm by using the Test Button. If cleaning does not restore the alarm to normal operation, the alarm should be replaced.

  3. Check environmental conditions:
    • Humidity, steam and condensation can cause false alarms. Causes of condensation are:
      • Extreme temperatures changes.
      • High ambient humidity.
      • Unit being installed in an uninsulated electrical box mounted on a ceiling beneath an attic. If this condition exists you’ll want to move the alarm. Click here to see the correct alarm placement in your user’s manual found in our Download Center.
    • Check to see if there is a cooling/heating register, a ceiling fan or an open window within 3 feet of the alarm. If there is, move the alarm away from the source of the increased airflow. Click here to see the correct alarm placement in your user’s manual found in our Download Center.
    • Check the temperature of the room. Smoke alarms operate at 40 degrees to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Carbon monoxide alarms operate at 40 degrees to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

  4. Reset the alarm.
    Some current model smoke alarms have a processor that retains certain error conditions, such as a weak battery. The error condition should reset when the battery is replaced but sometimes it does not and must be manually reset to clear the error.

    To reset an AC unit with a battery backup:
    Turn off the power to the smoke alarm at the circuit breaker.Remove the smoke alarm from the mounting bracket and disconnect the power. Remove the battery. Press and hold the test button for at least 15 seconds. The unit may chirp or alarm for a few seconds before going silent.Reconnect the power and reinstall the battery. The unit will chirp once when the power is restored and should not chirp afterwards.

    To reset a DC only unit:
    Remove the battery. Press and hold the test button for at least 15 seconds. The unit may chirp or alarm for a few seconds before going silent.Reinstall the battery. The unit will chirp when the battery is first connected but should not chirp afterwards.

  5. An electrical condition may be causing the power to the unit to be interrupted.
    If the AC power to the unit is interrupted, the unit will chirp when the power is restored. This could be caused by power surges.
    If the chirping seems to occur at about the same time in the evening or morning, it could be due to a surge created when the power company switches electrical grids to meet demand. Check to see if the chirp (or chirping) occurs when something else in the house is turned on such as an exhaust or attic fan, a heater, etc. If the smoke alarm is connected to a circuit with such a device, the alarm may chirp when the other device is switched on. If this is the case and the device is plugged into a wall outlet, move it to another outlet on a different circuit. If it is a hardwired device, have an electrician investigate it. These conditions can be minimized by installing your alarms on a dedicated circuit in compliance with NFPA requirements.

  6. Replace the alarm.
    If none of these conditions exist and the suggestions don't alleviate the symptom, the alarm should be replaced. Age may be a factor. Smoke and heat alarms should be replaced every 10 years, and carbon monoxide and combination alarms should be replaced every 7 years. Most of our alarms have a 5 year warranty from date of purchase (check your user manual for details). A date code is stamped on the label attached to the back of the unit.

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96 camero wont crank alarm ingaged


Hi


Thanks for using FixYa. The antitheft system in your car is controlled by a computer. Scanning the computer will give you some idea of what has failed. It is an integral part of your car and cannot be disconnected. If your alarm goes off constantly or does not armed by it:

Does the alarm arm and disarm properly? If it does proceed, if it doesn't, then have it checked by your installer.

1. Check and make sure your dome light is not staying on. If it is make sure all doors are closed and/or the dome light switch is not turned on.
2. Check your sensor. Make sure they are not too sensitive. They can cause false alarm and also cause the system not to arm by itself.
3. The alarm current sensing might be detecting voltage drop from the battery of the car or current draw from equipment (maybe left on).



Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


Thanks

Rylee

Dec 03, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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Fuse box diagram for 1998 Ford Escort! My after market alarm that I had taken out of the vehicle, still is drawing a charge from somewhere, and draining my battery over time..... need to find where the...


follow the wires from the alarm itself and trace it of that is not the problem then use a test light between the battery terminal by disconnecting the negative terminal and connecting a test light to the cable and the other end to the battery itself if its out no draw but if lit there's a draw pull fuses one by one with the door switch pressed in to nit get a false reading and when you find the test light goes out that's the problem use the chart guide to find out what # it is and that's yer problem solved

Aug 24, 2009 | 1998 Ford Escort

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My alarm is going off when i drive and....how do i disconnect it or disarm it


in the passanger foot will under the false floor in the front is where the alarm module is located. There should be 2 plug connecters one is the alarm module. You can unplug it and the alarm will be disabled and the vehicle will run fine(assuming it is a factory alarm)

Aug 18, 2009 | 1988 Mercedes-Benz 300

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Low Battery warning on Simon 3 even when I changed it out


temperature affects batteries. if the batteries on the window sensors have been in use for some time it is probably time to change them. Alarm batteries are only expected to last 3 to 5 years with moderate use. If you have close neighbors or live in an apartment complex then false reads could be a factor.

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How do i disable alarm system????


under the rf floor board in the front you will see a false panel after removing carpet. remove false panel by loosening 10 mm plastic nuts your alarm module is 1 of the 2 modules on that false floor-it should have a 820 number in the part number-if it is not obvious call parts dept. and cross reference numbers-unplug module and you won't have worry about that annoying alarm anymore-hopefully i have been helpful

Mar 24, 2009 | 1987 Mercedes-Benz 300-Class

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