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Old 07 Mar 2012, 08:17 pm
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Default 2004 honda accord alarm system?

my alarm keeps going off. i bought it used..with no remote button to set or disarm...driving down the street and it just started going off..any suggestions?
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Old 07 Mar 2012, 08:31 pm
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If it is the factory alarm, spend a little bit of money, buy a FOB and have it programmed so that you can shut the alarm off and you will also be able to remotely lock and unlock the doors. The FOB should be under $50.
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