how to cut off alarm?

Asked by Oct 04, 2014 at 01:43 AM about the 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Just bought minivan;alarm goes off upon opening door or moving window  controls,etc..I  don't kmow code or how to shut it off.Please help?

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I just bought a 2000 Chevy truck the alarm went off when I open the door , turns out the person that had it didn't give back the key fob when the truck was reapoad so I ask Chevy dealer and they ordered me a key fob for $85 and programmed it for $40 took only a few min and fixed it .

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You can try this. It may or not work but it's worth a shot. Unlock the doors with the key out of the ignition. Then start the car. Lock the doors and shut off the engine. Let me know if that's the cure.

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I have a 2014 Honda Odyssey I had same problem Alarm going off especially at night Waking everyone including the neighbors You can YouTube there's a video But all you got to do is open hood Where there's the hood lach there's a connection just disconnect that wire.. Basically what trigger the alarm is the hood I'm guessing with the wind it triggers it... Try it And have a good night sleep..

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We just locked the doors, then used a key in the drivers side door lock to physically unlock the door, and it stopped.

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Make sure the electronic sliding doors are fully closed. if not - push in the sliding doors till it is flush to the side of the van. This would prevent the alarm from sounding off throughout the night.

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