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    Alarm and ECU

    My alarm is screaming its head off at random intervals.

    Ive already had the power sounder changed and the ECU reset.

    Would it going off for any other reason store a fault in the ECU?

    This time its the full on horn blasting and lights a flashing version
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    Has it been windy?

    Leaving vents open in the car sets the alarm off if its windy (Especily if there are any dangling items like air freshners etc)

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    Or is somebody near you got a lot of bass pumping out - my car at Trax the other year would not shut up due to a couple of guys in Mk II Astra's pumping out there tunes at full whack for most of the day .
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    Windy yes but I would be very surprised if it was that.

    Although I do have a magic tree attached to the rear hand rails.

    As for Bass, not in my works car park.
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    Ok its come back as "pane break sensor"

    Like someone has smashed the window but obviously they havent, its going in on thursday to get the wiring checked over. I feel this could be an on going problem.
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