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#1 (permalink) Old 11-11-2004, 07:09 PM
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i have a 1987 bmw 325, it has an aftermarket -Code Alarm- security system. My oil light recently came on a check engine light so i changed the oil and the light wouldnt go off so i decided i was going to unhook the battery to reset the computer. When i reconnected the battery the alarm started going off and it wont stop for anything also i do not have the remote because its broke and the alarm comes with an ignition trip so you cant start the car, it has no valet switch and i cant find the splice where the ignition wire goes into the alarm module. so i cant start my car and with the battery hooked up the alarm goes off constantly. any help would be appreciated !!!!!!!!
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Rip It Out!!! Throw that anoying thing in the trash!! Car alarms Suck!! :nana

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Unless it's actually useful, and you find that people attempt to steal a 1987 BMW, then trace one of the sensors or whatever to a very, very remote point in the system and cut it. You can put a toggle switch in there if you really want to, but I would guess that an alarm isn't really necessary. Certainly isn't if you can's start your car with one.


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i just unpluged mine

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If I were you, I'd disconnect/remove it.

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