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Old 07 Oct 2009, 06:01 pm
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Default Factory alarm problem on 1999 Acura TL?

I own an 1999 Acura TL. Whenever the battery dies and I try to jump start it, the Car Alarm goes off. I would appreciate suggestions on how to solve this problem.

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Old 07 Oct 2009, 07:01 pm
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open the car door...(so the car thinks someone is inside it and won't set the alarm off.)
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Old 07 Oct 2009, 07:16 pm
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this is normal, get a new battery.
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