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Alarm keeps going off

Very random, but alarm goes off at least once a week, when it does, it goes off and off and off, then it will settle for a few days, very confusing

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  • steve106 Mar 06, 2010

    yes its a factory alarm, its a 55 plate, 06 feb registered

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I have a 2009 kia rio with the same problem.. the dealer said its a factory alarm & they cant disarm it. is there anything i can do?? i cant have the alarm going off all night & keeping my neighbors up!!

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Is it a factory alarm, what is the year make and model please

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