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ALARM WONT STOP GOIN OFF

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Old 08-27-2005, 02:47 PM
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hi, I'VE JUS BROUGHT A 2000 1.6 A3 WHICH I LUV BUT HAVE HUGE PROBLEM WITH. THE ALRAM KEEPS GOIN OFF 4 NO APPARENT REASON IVE HAD 2 KEEP DA CAR UNLOCKED 4 A WHILE NOW AND CANT TAKE IT ANYWHERE. DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO SOLVE DIS PROBLEM? ANY ADVICE OR SUGGESTIONS WLD BE APPRECIATED.

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Old 08-27-2005, 05:12 PM
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Are you leaving the windows cracked open, the sunroof open, or something of the nature that would allow air into your car? The sensitivity of the motion sensors is pretty high and a little gust of wind on even 1inch open windows will set it off. (the seat belt sits in front of a sensor and flaps around in a little breeze) Sunroof open you don't stand a chance. Usually the sunroof tipped up with the slider closed is the only way I can get air in with out setting off the alarm. If your car is totally sealed up, a second thought, there should be a button on the drivers side seat belt column to shut off the motion sensors, open the door, push the button, close and lock the doors. At least this can tell you if the problem is in the motion sensors or another area.
 
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