how to disconnect alarm

ronda65
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Asked by ronda65 Apr 06, 2008 at 12:57 AM about the 2007 Volkswagen Jetta

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

alarm goes off for no apparent reason.how do I disconnect the alarm.

4 Answers

casper271
4,825

the car should still be under warranty, i would make a trip to the dealer

littlehorn
29,925

Agreed, don't just start cutting wires or you could have bigger problems.

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Gesford
190

ok. i had the same problem. first on the driver side remove the panal where the drivers knees would be. when u do u will be able to see ur fuses and a bunch of wires. way up in the dash there will be 2 modules, one has a a 6 wire connector and one has a 10 wire connector, unplug them both, then ur alarm will be off but it kills ur starter, to keep the starter workin connect the 5 and 6 wire from the 6 wire connector together, it should work if not let me know.

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Steven Kunkel
45

Don't hack your car. Bring it to the dealer, it will most likely be covered under warranty.

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