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    Question Alarm.. beep, beep, beep, beep

    Hi Guys,

    Sometimes probably about every 4 locks on the car the alarm will make four beeps when i lock the car via remote cental.

    Any particular solutions spring to mind?

    Its a convertible, the roof is fully closed, door shuts fully, no windows left open.

    Im stuck

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    If it's a factory alarm the beeping is probably coming from the power sounder and this is usually a sign of it being on it's last legs
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    Do you think it means the key battery is low?? - It is a factory alarm

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    No mate . .
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    Is the battery on the car fully charged ,daft question i know but my alarm acted funny and was down to my interior lite been on when i was doin timing belt kit..got me ol jump start on and was like new again..

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    Im not to sure... how do i check if its full charged?
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    had the same problems, changed power sounder thanks to advice i got on here and its working fine now. If you just leave it it will get worse like mine did and the siren will go off constantly. Cost 60 quid from vauxhall and is easy to do yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by deaney View Post
    Im not to sure... how do i check if its full charged?
    If you have a digital volt meter, set to about 20 volts and put the red lead to the positive post on the battery and the black negative lead to the negative post on the battery and check condition of your battery 12.6 is a really healthy batt anything less than 12 volts and the battery would need charging ..but like the guys who have posted and said about your power sender that the sender will prob need changin..does not hurt to check batt though just to rule that out..someone told me my batt was dead and needed changin but they were wrong once i jumped it ..

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