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Screaching could be the belt, the belt too tight. It could be a pulley or a tension pulley. Belt dressing for the belt might help and try lithium grease for all the pulleys . Your alarm is possibly tied into your radio system and of course the ignition. Depending upon the system, type in what kind of system it is or the serial # of it on the Internet and it should tell you how to reset or correct it through your radio system . Also, sometimes you can take the battery cables off for 10 minutes and then put them back on and it may reset it . If not get the name and manufacturer and serial number or model number of the system and look up there 1-800 number and they will assist you.
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Alarm on my Mercedes ML320 sounded every night, then it started doing it more often, Showed it to the dealer he says it's the 'Tow Sensor', that needs to be repaced. $700, down the drain. I have already started hating this car, it eats $500-600, every 6 months...
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
ok ur door lock switch isnt going out,,however ur drivers front door lock actuator is going or is already bad...have that replaced..also as far as the end noise buzz u hear , that may be ur a.b.s modulator and accumulator cycleing on and off..it may be empty and or leaking..have the a.b.s modulator and accumulator checked at the dealer..its an expensive fix... ur modulator unit in in the front left or right of the vehicle depending if u have a v6 or 4 cyl. its a square unit with a rectangular brake fluid resevroir and a long tubular cylinder (acummulator)... also identify it by the orange connectors...and the brakelines going to it...common symptom with those accords....they leak alot especially if with high mileage..
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: VW Jetta alarm malfunction
Go to your local junk or scrapyard and pull them yourself. The dealer charges an average of 90-100 dollars an hour. So a lot of the money they quoted you for was probably for labor
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Insert the key into the door lock on the driver side and move it to the unlock position two times quickly. That should turn off the alarm.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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