Then, when I was sitting at home, it started going off out of nowhere and the only way I could get it to stop is if I took the battery out of the controller... 2004 Mazda 3 5-Door, Titanium Grey, Tinted Windwows 20% on the Front, 5% on all the back. 18" Motegi FF7 Glossy Black Rims, N1 Tsudo Catback Exhaust More to come soon... Stick the key in the driver's door lock and turn- that will tell the car that you have a key and are not a robber. The alarm will shut off instantly. It's in your owner's manual. If you have not driven your car in 6 months you probably killed your battery- or greatly shortened its life. If you have a warranty, use it. Lack of use is a-buse.
Jul 04, 2009 · I haven't heard of one that drains battery yet. Anyway, you can unplug this module but you will get the alarm service message everytime you start the car. You can read more on this following link. Look for the subject "Alarm Service, Alarm Triggered, Sunroof Not Working" http://www.freewebs.com/howardsvolvo...lectronics.htm