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Post by Colin7834 on Wed 20 Feb 2019 - 17:50

My alarm keeps going off when I get into the car or open the boot. I’ve even tried removing fuse 6 which the map shows as alarm amongst other things as a quick fix until I can get to the bottom of it but the alarm still goes off! Any ideas?

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Post by Mistydogblue on Wed 20 Feb 2019 - 20:21

I would suggest you check the condition of your car battery as if this is not fully charging it can cause the alarm to go off. If the alarm has a build in battery pulling the fuse could trigger the alarm. I would also check the bonnet sensor as these can be faulty if the pin does not close enough. Use something to slightly build up the thickness of the stopper. If all else fails it is relatively easy to disconnect the alarm. Pull off the panel on the boot (where the lock is) 2 screws and a few push clips and you will see the alarm. Disconnect the wiring plug.

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Post by Colin7834 on Wed 20 Feb 2019 - 22:48

Great. Thanks for your help

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Post by Barbs on Fri 23 Aug 2019 - 12:35

@Mistydogblue wrote:I would suggest you check the condition of your car battery as if this is not fully charging it can cause the alarm to go off. If the alarm has a build in battery pulling the fuse could trigger the alarm. I would also check the bonnet sensor as these can be faulty if the pin does not close enough. Use something to slightly build up the thickness of the stopper. If all else fails it is relatively easy to disconnect the alarm. Pull off the panel on the boot (where the lock is) 2 screws and a few push clips and you will see the alarm. Disconnect the wiring plug.
Forum to the rescue again. Had problems with alarm overnight, went off 4 times. Then this morning it was going off every few minutes. Phoned my guy who does service on my cars he came out within 30 mins to check the battery. Yep one cell gone. I don't do many miles in Blue Boy so battery will be replaced later today or tomorrow morning. He said a good run would help but battery will eventually need replacing as it is the original one.

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Post by bigjase1972 on Fri 23 Aug 2019 - 23:59

063 battery type. Loads on eBay starting from about £34

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Post by Barbs on Sat 24 Aug 2019 - 7:50

@bigjase1972 wrote:063 battery type. Loads on eBay starting from about £34

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