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blinking regularly. is this the problem with the battery or what could be reason. please help. hi there do you know if there is an alarm fitted to this car and if so do you have the remote. if not you


car wont start alarm light is blinking My car won't start, the alarm light is blinking. help close all the doors and lock them unlock the drivers door with the key then see if it starts


blinking including the hazard lights. They won't turn off even after you take the key out of the ignition. We unhooked the battery and hooked it back up when it got warmer and the same thing happened.

Question about 1997 Catera

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...blinking lights i just bought a 97 catera and when i put the key in the ingnition the lights start to blink on and off... rear and front lights... alarm has set itself have to disarm it THE FACTORY ...

blinking on my 1998 rodeo and will not start now. Tried unhooking battery to reset, but no luck. Will not crank from jumping off either. Battery is good, all lights and the radio come on. I'm assuming

Question about 1998 Forester

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fog light blink on and off 1998 forester, fog lights, and tail lights blink on and off,  with key on or off, cant get them to stop if it has an alarm the alarm needs to be diabled

alarm light on #6 and 0 degrees blink alarm gose off every 24 hrs. alarm light on #6 and 0 degrees blink alarm gose off every 24 hrs reset the alarm follow the instruction and fix it. God bless you 1 ...

blinking. Has a button on it but does not respond to being pushed or held down. Very annoying distracting while driving at night in drivers lower vision. how can this light be shut off???????? This is

...alarm continues to blink (basically it never stops blinking) then it is wired incorrectly, double check it's connection at the alarm 'box', ALSO, make sure no other wires are touching the control ...

...light and alarm sounding. But still the common procedure is Make sure boot and bonnet are closed properly. It can also be a switch, but check your alarm by locking yourself inside the car, and then ...

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