My alarm in 2010 ford g6e turbo goes off when i unlock the car and start the engine. I've taken the fuse out and disconnected the wire under the hood but alarm goes off. How do i turn the alarm off or rip the alarm off?
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Have you checked repalced the battery since you had the car. I had a G6E turbo and a few times i had the same issue, I also had Engine Immobilized come up a few times even tho i could still just start my car.. Once i got a new battery i did not have an issue
look in the owners man. to see if it has a progrramable function setting.this feeture will tell you how or what to do to turn it off.you may have to turn the key on and off a certain amount of time or something of that sort.i've had to fine this info. for the passenger seatbelt buzzer in my F-350.yes it is a pain in the a#$.lol
Tow it to a Porsche dealership. You don't have a normal car, you have a 'super-car'. You can't work on them yourself, especially the anti-theft system.
You can try the standard reset to the alarm system if you like.
Disconnect the two leads of the battery.
Leave for at least 2 hours.
Hold the positive and negative leads together for 5 minutes.
Put the key in the ignition or if keyless, in close proximity to the steering column.
Connect the Positive battery lead.
Connect the Negative lead in one swift movement.
Leave the vehicle for 15 minutes to fully reset and re-pair the chip in the key and the chip in the ignition lock.
I had one of our work trucks do something similar. It turned out to be the tube that goes to the charged air cooler was split. This is a large plastic tube that carries the pressurized air from the turbo to the chraged air cooler (it's in front of the radiator) then back to the engine.
Start the engine and have some one hold it at a fast idle and feel around for an air leak on those tubes. Be careful not get your hands in the belt or fan.
There is NO kill switch on the 2000 Elantra... HOWEVER, there is a thing called the Key Fob (keyless remote entry system). There is, however, a system in place called the 'starter kill' circuit and it is activated when the burglar alarm goes off.... it's called the burglar alarm relay and it is activated to prevent the engine starter system from being used. There are three ways to get the engine started in such a circumstance... 1. use the key fob to 'disarm' the system... 2. put the key in the ignition and turn it to the 'RUN" position and wait until the alarm stops (horn stops beeping and the parking lights stop flashing), then the engine will start.... 3. pull the starter relay from the UnderHood junction box and bypass the starter circuit (key in ignition and in the 'RUN' position), jumper the starter solenoid circuit to energize the solenoid to start cranking the engine -- it should start then.