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This is not due to your car alarm. check all lights are off when you lock the car (boot etc) Possible cause of this is the "rear electronic control module" situated in the boot. This unit turns off all the systems when it puts your car to sleep when locked for a period of time. To check. connect a 10amp DC meter in series with the negative lead from your battery to car earth. Leave the meter outside of the car and then lock it. the reading will drop to about 0.8amp very quickly - leave for 1 x hr then check the reading again, it should now be 0.02 amps. if its around 0.6 amps you could have a problem with the R E C M. Hope this helps - good luck.
Your problem is most likely the central locking / alram switch fitted aroun the door lock inside the door void. Try using the passenger door to lock / unlock. If this stops the alarm triggering then you need to replace the switch behind the lock in the drivers door.
Fdl is a code that indicates a door lock error. This error occurs because the door cannot be locked. The door will try to lock six times before displaying the error code. You have a faulty door lock switch. Hope this helped and best wishes.