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Old September 19th, 2018, 01:26 AM   #14
alanorion
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This is the cure

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Originally Posted by JFP in PA View Post
Not easily, otherwise thieves could just do the same thing. Some of the early cars, and those delivered in Europe, had an extra siren mounted next to the battery for the same reason. Remember, this is supposed to be a system to prevent getting into the car without disarming the alarm, which is not going to happen with a low battery.
i followedyour advice I covered the bonnet (hood) with the car cover and cushions
and closed the garage door I then connected a heavy duty battery to the fuse box and the door catch After ten minutes I pressed the car lock unlock button on the the key fob and it turned off the alarm. I had been trying to get under the bonnet for at least two hours using a battery charger this did not work on this occasion although it had worked in the past. Thank you for your help
Best wishes Alan
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