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Why does my remote car alarm LED light stays on?

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That's usually an indicator light that the system is active...It can also say stay away from the novice thieves but if a pro wants your car you will be making an insurance claim. Pro's will get the car if they want it...

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SOURCE: newly installed car alarm, LED in solid light n horn/siren blares

if you follow instruction properly than the alarm should work properly, Go over your wiring again 2-3 times make sure it make sense to you with the instructions. If it make sense than take the unit back and get another, can be faulty alarm.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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