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replace the flat battery normally a chirping alarm is indicating that the battery is going flat and the alarm is no longer reliable most fire authorities recommend a anniversary date and change the battery on that date for example ---every christmas eve
You surged the electrical system. Had a 97 Golf that did the same and had to be towed to the dealer for a reset. They disconnect the battery again and had to reset everything plus probably replace a few fuses. I'd start with fuses connected to your starter and engine systems.
The problem is that your battery is extremely low. The repeated clicking sound is your starter relay trying to engage, then releasing again when the starter takes the remaining voltage available to try to turn. When the relay disengages, the starter can no longer take any voltage at all, so the relay again engages and the process starts over. This results in "CLICK, CLICK, CLICK, CLICK...." There simply is not enough power available to operate both the relay and the starter.
Your alarm system doesn't have enough voltage to function properly. It "thinks" that someone is trying to steal your car or is messing with your battery cables. It doesn't know the difference between low voltage from a dead battery and low voltage from somebody disconnecting wires. It is simply responding to the low voltage condition as it is designed to do. Fix the voltage problem and you will fix your security system. No need to reset anything.
Jump-start the car or replace the battery and get your charging system checked to make sure everything is functioning properly. It is possible that the battery is good but you have a bad alternator and the battery is low because it is not being charged.
The backup battery in the alarm module corrodes and 'bleeds' over the little circuit board inside the alarm and makes it go crazy.
This module is on the passenger side under the front fender - sort of behind the headlight. I actually think it's easier to remove the headlight to get to it, but I think you can get to it by removing/bending the fender well plastic cover out of the way too.
Google the alarm module, it could be easier to replace the entire thing than to repair yours.
A friend of ours did some research and discovered it was the ECU (fuse?) that needed to be reset. We removed the ECU (which controls the cruise control, and "learns" the driving patterns of the driver and adjusts the fuel economy) and the car is running fine. To reset the ECU you need to remove the negative cable from the battery, turn the car to "A/C On" (don't crank the engine) for 10 seconds, then shut it off. Replace the negative battery cable. This should reset the ECU. The car does run much better with the new battery. The previous battery was the original and was approximately 6 1/2 years old so it needed to replaced anyway.
Is there 2 options to replace the Battery in your vehicle.
If you Don't have the REMOTE CONTROL.
1-- try to locate the VALET Switch. is used to activate and deactivate the Alarm.
Normally is located Near the Fuse box panel Inside of the car.
and some times on Left kick panel.
If you found the switch. Connect the new Battery and go inside of the car Turn the Key to ON position and Push ( Move the lever up or down) of the VALET switch.
Them try to start.
2-- Just With the BATTERY disconnected .
Go inside of the car And turn the Ignition Key to ON position leave it.
Now connect the Battery and the Alrm will NOT activate.
Go inside and try to start.
And Letme know.
I hope this help on your problem.
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