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My car alarm keeps going off. The people who installed the alarm adjusted it the first time. The second time they replaced it, the third time they replaced it again, and this last time they completely unhooked it and said it HAS to be the factory installed system. (And it still goes off for no reason!) The Suzuki repair shop says my car does NOT have a car alarm already installed-just a keyless entry. What do I do?

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Take it to another suzki dealer cause if u hear an alarm going off and they say your car does not have a factory alarm this is a major issue ethier the guy looking at the car at the dealership does not know much about alarms or he is just a salesmen i know some suzuki Forenza come with factory alarms

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