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    can anyone help me my alarm is going off constantly since i have ownerd the car i brought it and it had no fob and now realised my indicator problem is down to this i tried resetting the alarm and it worked for a maximum of thirty seconds befor the alarm kicked in again is there any way of removing the alarm please
     
     

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    What car is it?
    Try disconnecting the bonnet switch, that's a common cause of problems.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnd View Post
    What car is it?
    Try disconnecting the bonnet switch, that's a common cause of problems.
    bmw e36 is it the bonnet catch push thing the grey peice of plastic thats been disconnected today
     
     

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    Yea, that sounds like it.
    They are a common cause on E46 and E39, but maybe not as much on E36.
     
     

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