07 pt cruiser alarm

Asked by Jan 15, 2017 at 04:22 PM about the 2007 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring Edition

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I working on a 07 pt cruiser (headgasket)
and after i had the engine torn down my girl
friend wanted to clean the inside. So i
hooked the battery up to let the windows
down and as soon as the windows got down
the alarm started going off. I had bought the
car not running but had tried starting it
several times and never had this pdoblem. I
dont have the original key fob just a grey
key and have herd that there is a alarm box
under the driver side of the dash but i cant
find it. I also tried unhooking the battery ,
that didnt work. It just kelp going off as
soon as i hooked it back up. I dont know
what else to do. Dont have money to send it
to a dealer sence im already doing the
headgasket.

1 Answer

Well i finally figured it out. Took it to crystler and the car had went in to security mode. Do they reprogramed it ($75) and now no more problems with the alarm. Oh yeah i had to buy a key with a remote. Got it programed with the car. Key at crystler ($210) ebay $30

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