I NEED HELP PLEASE!!! ALARM GOING OFF!!
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    I NEED HELP PLEASE!!! ALARM GOING OFF!!

    hey guys!!
    so my 2001 wrx has its alarm going off... i cannot disarm it with my keys or by putting in my pin code, I have tried all diff options, even unplugged the battery though as soon as the battery is plugged back in the alarm is still going off....
    any suggestions how to fix this????????
    Thanks
    Jen x

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    i'm assuming youre overseas so i dont know if the alarms are different over there. maybe theres something special you have to do. did you check the owners manual?

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    Yeh, Australia!!
    I have read through my manual. but no luck

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    Do you have any emp grenades?

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    Assuming this is an aftermarket alarm, you should have a valet switch hidden somewhere inside the car. You need to find the switch and flick it off while turning the ignition on. Normally these switches are placed somewhere near the left front kick panel, or lower steering column areas. If that doesn't work, or you can't find the switch, unhook the battery, turn the ignition on with the battery disconnected, then hook the battery back up with the ignition on and you should be able to start the car.

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