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Old 06 Oct 2007, 08:52 am
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Default my alarm go's off what is it?

I put the alarm on but it go's off
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Old 06 Oct 2007, 08:54 am
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The most common cause of false alarm condition is the hood switch, they get contaminated when lubing the latch mechanism. I just replaced mine on my 1999 Accord at a dealer cost of $80.00 for parts ( that includes the whole latch mechanism ) You can check this by disconnecting the switch, because the computer is looking for an open circuit when the hood is closed. This will disable that alarm point. PS later I found latches on eBay for under $20.00good luck
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