How to dissconect my 2004 Vw Beetle Alarm????

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Asked by May 31, 2012 at 01:24 PM about the 2004 Volkswagen Beetle GL 2.0L

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I lock my car over night my car alarm is set the next moring.. the remote will not unlock it.. but it will open the hatchback. So I crawl in thru  the hatchback to get in the car. When I start the car the alarm goes off for 30 seconds. Then I when I go to get out the car the alarm goes off again. Then when I get back in it. the alarm is still set even knowing its unlocked. Its beeps for 30 more seconds. It pisses me off. I wanna disconect the bitch. How do I do that? Please tell me step by step!

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I would pop the hood and disable the fuse. hope this helps

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I don't think that you can disconnect the alarm; I think this person's drivers door latch mechanism has a fault, that doesn't recognize when the alarm should switch off.

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