If the alarm is wired Into the central locking which it is as it unlocks and locks via the after market fob. The alarm will still trigger and sound the siren as the alarm itself still has power and is still armed and your still opening/closing the door circuit to trigger it.Crackfox said:I only normally use the alarm fob to lock/unlock the car. The Honda remote zapper is filed away with the V5. I only have the manual none zapper key to hand.
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All your doing with the fuse is removing the power that triggers the door actuators to push and pull the door pins. This circuit may have a fault.
Chances are either it could be holding a small amount of current and isn't dropping the power after it has triggered the actuator.
Like let's say it needs 12v to trigger, if its holding like 4/5v then it won't trigger the actuator but will still be pulling the current.
Me personally, being an auto electrician. Id rip the alarm out.
Just fit a tracker with remote cutout. That's what I've got on mine.
This day and age if someone wants the car your doors coming off and they're taking the keys rendering the alarm useless anyway.
With remote cut out, Call the tracker or tracker company and it'll isolate your cut out you wired in (normally fuel pump or cranking ignition on the barrell) and thus turn the car off, then the police can recover your car for you aswell).
I paid about 150 for my tracker and 350 for a lifetime policy to watch it)
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