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    hi guys i have a little problem that is getting to me abit
    now when im get in my car the central locking kicks in and locks
    is this normal plus say if i just pop in the house leave the car window open
    the car locks and the alarm will go off
    and the only way i can have the car out side with windows down working on her is with the door open as the cental locking will just kick in then the alarm anything i can do
     
     

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    What alarm have you got fitted? post a picture up of the fob, http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...ures-or-t2682/

    Also is it on your Compact as in your car specs box? or the Coupe.
     
     

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    [IMG][/IMG] pic of the fob the only name i can find is on the fob avital i think
    and its a coupe mate
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad4it View Post
    [IMG][/IMG] pic of the fob the only name i can find is on the fob avital i think
    and its a coupe mate
    That isn't a factory fit alarm or one that BMW would fit afterwards, you would need to get the instruction manual for the alarm and it may say in there, otherwise pop it into your local stereo/alarm shop who may be able to help you out.

    And it is a Avital alarm. see here, http://www.avital.com/

    This section may be of help to you, http://www.avital.com/Support/
     
     

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    thanks for your help mate will post back if i sort it
     
     

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    and i keep putting that its a coupe its not its a compact lol
     
     

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