It is a given that any device needing batteries to work is bound to give out at any time sooner or later. One of these devices is your car remote. These remotes serve to lock and unlock the doors of your car from a distance. In doing so, it also disables your car’s anti-theft alarm system. What are you to do, though, when the batteries of your car remote die out and you cannot unlock your car door without setting off the alarm?
Having this happen to you is a noisy and embarrassing situation to be in – one that oftentimes causes panic. In the unfortunate event that this does happen to you, the tendency for you to break the remote out of frustration is more than likely. Pitching your car remote towards the ground and stepping on it will not solve the situation. Your blaring alarm won’t just get tired and stop all of a sudden.
Remote Pro, for example, cites the parts of a remote that you can break and replace. These are the remote’s key, its shell, a screw, the electronics, buttons and the logo or emblem. So, before your car alarm goes haywire, you should know what to do.
Here Are the Things You Can Try Out in Disabling Your Car Alarm:
- Use the key in manually unlocking the driver’s side door. The car alarm may turn off when you open the door. In any case, try unlocking and unlocking the door manually, as this may disable the alarm’s blaring since you are opening the door ‘legally’ with a key.
- If the alarm refuses to go off even with the driver’s door open, try starting the car with the ignition key. This showcases enough authority that there is no auto theft taking place. Most car alarms should power down with this.
- Lastly, if starting the car does not stop the alarm from sounding off, take out your owner’s manual and start reading. Go straight to the Table of Contents to check out which page you have to read up on and do it fast. When all else fails, go work on the fuse box or disconnect the battery.
These suggestions are taxing, but they are effective ways to stop your car alarm from disrupting the entire neighbourhood.