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Old 08-05-2008, 09:33 AM   #1
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Default How to disable alarm system

About 3 weeks ago my alarm started going off randomly. I took it to my indy and they told me there was a fault in the trunk switch and the left drivers door switch. They replaced the switches and the problem was fixed. or so I thought. Now the alarm is going crazy again. I took it back to the indy and no faults. the interior monitor is reading ok. I am at the end of my rope. does anyone know how I can just disable the alarm. As long as the car locks I am fine with no beep.beep.beep.beep. No body looks or helps when it sounds anyway, right?
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Default Normally I'd say you should post this on your home forum, but you do have a C5.

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Default nothing broken as per dealer and indy;allroad forum could not help my problem

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Default Re: allroad is nothing mroe than a tricked out S4/A6

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Default No issues starting? Could it be your battery...

This is common in aftermarket systems, if the voltage gets to low it trips the alarm. I know Nissans do it as well. If there's a drastic change in voltage somehow, that could do it. Dome light, phone charger, faulty audio equipment.... I know our cars log "low voltage" but that's only while the car is running to monitor the alt. I don't think it monitors w/ the car off....someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
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Default Battery is 6 mo. new and it is the factory installed alarm system

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Default is there a fuse or relay that I can pull to disable the alarm permanently?

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