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After the key is put into what? The OEM alarm is armed and disarmed through the driver's door key cylinder. Insert the key into the key hole of the driver's door, turn to unlock, this disarms the factory alarm. Turn to lock, this arms the factory alarm. Now, if you have an aftermarket alarm this procedure does not apply.
Hello, sounds like you need a new battery. As the battery goes flat the alarm senses it and sets off the warning system. Try changing the battery first and test it during the day. Also check to see if there is anything draining the power. You may also be able to adjust the alarm settings manually. Failing that, the alarm may need replacing. I hope I have helped.
You need to find the black push button called the valet button. That is the overide. Get in the car turn the key to IGN as the alarm is going off and then you have either 5 or 10 seconds to push that button once and then 2-5 seconds later the alarm is shut off. To put the car into valet mode which means no alarm at all you put the key to IGN push that button once then pull key out at which point the blue light should turn solid blue.
Or option two is you open a door and hit the lock, then unlock, then lock button again on the remote and the blue led will be solid which means no crazy alarm.
No i do not think you have electrical problem, try this.
Car in Park Key on push and hold unlock on good remote for 5 to 10
seconds while holding unlock, press and hold panic, then release
together Listen for chime press and release any button on all remote
to be programmed.
If this will not work you need to bring the Vin# and remote to a dealer for reprogramming.
TSSM or Turn Signal Security Module is more than likely the cause. Look to see if key and or eng light in instrument cluster comes back on after initial 4 second pwr up goes out. The key light coming back on for ruffley 8 seconds and then off shows historical trouble code has been logged in ECU. must take to shop to clear codes.