Stock Car Alarm
auditony at gmail.com
Tue Sep 11 22:37:35 EDT 2007
Very common, even on the newer (2000 and newer) cars. Usually traced
to a bad switch on the lock cylinder. It really isn't that hard to
fix. Ask if you want more specifics.
On 9/11/07, Neil Vonhof <neil.vonhof at comcast.net> wrote:
> Unlocking my drivers door NO LONGER disarms the car alarm. I now have to
> unlock the passenger door to disarm it.
> Fixing this is more than I feel that I can handle and will be costly if
> done by my shop.
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