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    Alarm and Battery Problem

    Evening,

    Got a problem with my alarm on the astra. When trying to re-connect the battery the alarm goes off, when i switch on and switch off the ignition within the 15 Secs according to the owners manual the alram still sounds off.

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    This a factory alarm or aftermarket?

    If factory you only need to do the ignition when disconnecting the battery not reconnecting it
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    We you reconnect it just press the key fob to 'unarm/unlock' the car
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    yep tried that but still goes off, where's the sounder as im going to dsi-connect it for now, passengers or drivers side please?

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    It's in the passenger wheel arch, the how to on this may help you out getting to it
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