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darrellj88

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I have 1999 modeo and I just pulled up outside my house and got out and when I went to lock the car with the key fob the indicators flashed nd the horn/alarm sounded can anyone help me as I am stumped to wat it would be an I have never heard this noise before.. any help will b greatly appreciated Thanks

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Did you manually unlock the car or use the remote?

Whatever you did you basically set off your alarm.

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Stoney I opened the car with the unlock button then drove home (15 miles) then pulled into my driveway and went to lock my car with lock button and the noise happened.. Is that all u think it was? Im panicin in case its something wrong as im changing car in 2 months and dont want to spend any money on this problem

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May have been a temporary interference with the lock signal from the key.

Most likely a one off occurrence.

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Maybe an iffy sensor thinking the door is open when it's not?

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Is there any way I can disable the alarm as im scrapping the car in 2 months as it is 14 yr old nd worthless

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If it's a factory fitted one then no as it will be integral to the cars electronics.

If it's an after-market one then yes but tell your insurance company or your cover may become void if the alarm was reported when taking out the policy.

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