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    Erm bugger help

    Thought id have a go at fixing my alarm. After 2 hours of pissing around iv got the bugger out and cut apart iv got the batts from Maplin but im not sure what to do next.

    Iv also found a box???? see pic can anyone tell me what to do next


    Other prob is the batts i got from maplins are not like the ones in the siren but was told they are the correct ones


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    lol im pretty good with car electronics mate but i wouldnt ever mess with an alarm lol sorry

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    Hi Peakey,

    Yup, those are the right batteries. You have already done the hard bit.

    See ALARM NOT WORKING-TT- for the rest of the procedure with piccies.

    Did mine a month or so ago, and all in took <1 hour.

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    iv followed the distructions and get a click when i plug i back but still no siren when i set the alarm off ??

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    Leave it to charge the new batteries over night. I did mine last week but had no result when the alarm was first connected, left it for a few hours and then the alarm would sound. Problem I've got now though is that it makes a noise like it's being strangled all the time, this is because the acid from the old batteries had leaked onto the circuit board - I hoped it was alright but it turns out to be a sad ending for me ...sniff

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    yep im getting 7.5 volts and no luck and now found out the board is faulty bloody acid.


    So good news is my friend buys out old audi/citroen/vw dealers and has a new siren for me for 30 quid. So if anyone has the same prob i have 2 new bats from maplins you can have for fook all if you wanna try the fix. just send me your address and il post them to ya.

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    my local audi has them in stock 25 quid


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