OK, I know this is a silly question, but in all my moves, the manual has been misplaced and my alarm goes off every evening at 6 pm! I know how to adjust it to go off on weekdays, weekends, everyday... but I want it off, completely. I don't want it go off, period! Any help to restore my sanity would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
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I know this sounds silly, but did you try replacing the bulb? If the bulb is OK, try re securing the screws of the assembly to the roof, this is where the light grounds to the vehicle, but replace the bulb first, even if it looks OK, or do a continuity test to the bulb, that will give you the answer. Simple Car Answers Your Most Reliable Source for Automotive Repair...
you will have to bypass the alarm, to the left of the steering wheel, behind the vent are two boxes (modules) the alarm has two connectors, one has 6 wires and the other has 10, the 6 pin has a red wire and a red and black wire, jump those two together and you will bypass your alarm completely
Could it be that by accident you set the alarm for the time it comes on each day and when it does you hit the snooze alarm (instead of the OFF button), which silents it for approx 9 minutes and then it alarms again? Completely turning off the alarm feature will probably solve the problem.
This is not a simple unit to program, as it has so many different functions. However, it ca be done.
Just in case you have misplaced your Owners Manual, I have included a link to it, that's in a pdf format that you can download and print for future reference.
your car has a electrical problem. my car is the same. what i do is i unlock the car with my key manually. I keep turning the key left and right ( lock and unlock ) until my car finally unlock by my key. so try this if it works then let me know feed back. thank you
I have been having this same issue for the past 6 months. So far no one can give me an answer that solves the problem. I have done several things unsuccessfully 1) changed the battery (still happens) 2) flipped the valet toggle switch under the steering column (still happens) 3) I lock the doors using the automatic lock button on the driver and/or passenger door (the alarm will not self-activate and go off, but this still doesn't solve the root problem with the alarm)
The alarm is there for a reason. I wouldn't disconnect it. Maybe the compressor is low on gas. If your thermostat is on extremely low, try moving it up to a less cold position. Look in your owner's manual for recommended settings.
Failing that, get ready to shell out some bucks to the service man!
I just found my manual for the Sharper Image SI785 CD/Radio Alarm Clock with Sound Soother. Had misplaced it for quite a while. Am not saavy enough to know how to post it online, but if anyone needs one, just email back your address and I'll be happy to send it. I remember how frustrating it has been trying to program/reprogram one without it. Looking forward now to knowing how to use this thing :)