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Old 07-23-2005, 02:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay, I'm having some major issues with my '05 Mazda 6s. I had a remote starter put in back in January. It was working fine, then I randomly started noticing that when I hit the unlock button from my remote, the factory alarm goes off. Now, this seems to be happening almost everytime I unlock my door. The worst part is that I cannot turn off the alarm without putting the key in the door and unlocking that way. This is QUITE annoying.

I spoke with the installer, and they said that the remote has nothing to do with it. He said that I can turn the factory alarm off, by turning the key in the drivers side door twice to the right? Is this true? All I want to do is stop this damn alarm from going off all the time! Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 07-24-2005, 01:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have the remote start viper alarm as well. Problem is using the lock buttons on the inside to lock arms the factory alarm as well. A test is to get out of the car while it's off and driver door open, hit lock, close the door and quickly look at the headlight cluster for the factory alarm light flash thing. Unlock using key to turn off factory alarm.

I don't know a fix other than never hitting those lock buttons. I had your same problem but honestly after learning what causes it I never set off the factory again.
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i put a 771xv in my 05 6s and I hooked up the door lock/unlock outputs from the alarm/remote starter brain to both the lock and unlock wire AND the arm disarm wires, SO... when I unlock it disarms the alarm, and when I lock it arms both my aftermarket alarm and the factory one. It also disarms the alarm when I remote start without unlocking the doors which was done by hooking up the keysense wire.
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