Alarm wont shut off

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Asked by Dec 17, 2015 at 09:43 PM about the 1997 Volkswagen Cabrio 2 Dr Highline Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I connect the battery the alarm
always goes off I know that I can put the
key in the door it'll shut off but.....theirs no
lock in the key whole (that's getting fixed
soon) I just wanna disconnect the alarm
how can I?

6 Answers

865

Factory alarm systems are incorporated in the whole computer module system in modern cars. They cant just be turned off willy/nilly. Why are you disconnecting the battery?

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Long story pretty much I ran through a giant puddle at night and flooded the solenoid I was trying to start it after it dried up n I turned it over so much I drained the battery jumped it and the alarm wouldn't cut I'm new to this car stuff n I'm learning little by little I think the solenoids burned out now but everytime I connect the battery it just beeps I thought that if I disconnected the horns it'll shut up but I guess theirs another one for the alarm

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By the way I'm 18

865

So the horn/s stuck on all the time the battery is hooked up? Not the alarm then?

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865

Pull relay 11 or fuse 13 from your fuse box to stop the horns.

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Best Answer Mark helpful
10

No its the alarm beeping the horns not stuck I in hooked the horns but ill start pulling those fuses and ill go from ther

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