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

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Asked by May 31, 2012 at 01:29 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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Sounds like bad door sensor modules. Which is an annoying, a you well know and I can well sympathize with. What happens when you just leave the car unlocked? Also, when you do lock it, can you unlock it with the key opposed to the remote? Do you have any other remotes that are working?

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When I leave the car unlocked it doesn't do anything and no I can't unlock it with the key opposed to the remote and i don't have any other working remotes

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