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#1 (permalink) Old 04-16-2004, 11:48 AM
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Keyfob has just gone wrong and i have been told by the main dealer this will need to be replaced, my issue is to get it to the dealers i would have to drive it with the alarm constanly going off. Doeas anyone know how to disable this alarm, keyfob is long and thin curved on one edge and has only on cetralized button.

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is there a valet button/Switch?

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Typically there will be an enable/disable toggle switch in the interior somewhere.

Sorry I can't speak specifics with BMW alarms, but 3rd party installed alarms normally have the switch under the dash or by the left foot rest...

hope that helps.
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If no valet switch or button

a.) unhook the alarm bell under the hood someplace..
b.) under the glove box is the alarm.. unplug it until service time.
c.) ask the dealer for a work around.
d.) drive it that way

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