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Mazda 2 (2004) central locking and alarm fault. My

Mazda 2 (2004) central locking and alarm fault. My central locking is broke on my Mazda 2 which means I can't switch the alarm off. I've disconnected the bit of the alarm which makes the sound and removed the fuse which controls the hazards flashing - but a light is flashing on the dashboard which suggests the alarm is still being activated. Does anyone know how to completely disable the factory fitted alarm on this vehicle?

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How can i find central locking in mazda premacy tell me plsss

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I have the same problem - it is the relay switch attached to and behind the hazard warning triangle on the dashboard. Pull it all out (gently and replace (£60 ish). The indicators and hazard lights are on the same relay circuit. This is a well known problem for this car (amongst others - how about the wipers sticking)

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SOURCE: cannot disable anti theft alarm driving neighbours mad

There should be a relay under the hood for the security system, if you can not find it, try jacking the front of the car up, it should have a sensor that tells it that it is being towed and should turn off, unless of course it has a bad wire that is grounding out.

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SOURCE: VW Polo 2000 1.4 16V Blowing fuse for Central locking / windows

car electrics are a nightmare. the car lights up when a door is open i presume. and by bypassing the central locking. the electric computer says there is a fault. and will not start. that i think is programed in. best thing to do is. go to phone VW dealer ask about diagnostic test without repair. about £35 then fix it yourself. they garentee it right I think. the dealers have come into line better with that kind of thing phone and ask anyway.

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SOURCE: 307 central locking fault

If you have replaced the battery and the ecu wasn't in sleep mode, then you'll lose the synchronisation between immobiliser and fob. go to peugeot dealer or call out a car locksmith who then can reprogram your fob with car ecu. I have read the method in internet but not sure what the steps were. you can google it may be you'll find it.

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