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hi8ha

One beep means you have one or more alarm zones open

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Hi all. Long time no post.

 

As the title of the post sates "One beep means you have one or more alarm zones open". Where are the alarm zones located?

 

Thnaks

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1 hour ago, hi8ha said:

Hi all. Long time no post.

 

As the title of the post sates "One beep means you have one or more alarm zones open". Where are the alarm zones located?

 

Thnaks

Front trunk, rear engine cover, doors, center console, interior sensor.

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Posted (edited)

and fuel filler door

 

depending on year....glove box door

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Sorry to be a pain but where can I find Front trunk, rear engine cover, doors, center console,  sensors?

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11 minutes ago, hi8ha said:

Sorry to be a pain but where can I find Front trunk, rear engine cover, doors, center console,  sensors?

 

They are micro switches built into the latch assemblies.

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^^ Yes. The infrared interior sensors are the two black eye looking things in the overhead console.

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Posted (edited)

Slight thread hi-jack but on-topic...

Is the electric frunk and engine lid latch locking actuator on up to MY00 cable operated lids also monitored by the alarm ECU?

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Yes for cable operated hood latches. Yes monitored by the alarm system.

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My fuel filler door doesnt lock and I have 1 beep after locking. The little rod just stays fully extended all the time, I can even open the fuel cover when the car is locked. Anyone know whats goin on?


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9 hours ago, Eștii said:

My fuel filler door doesnt lock and I have 1 beep after locking. The little rod just stays fully extended all the time, I can even open the fuel cover when the car is locked. Anyone know whats goin on?


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When I click your link it says “ the topic does not exist or you do not have permission to open it.”

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Worked for me, but perhaps you need to be a contributing member to see it...………...

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3 hours ago, Eștii said:

When I click your link it says “ the topic does not exist or you do not have permission to open it.”

 

As long as you were logged in then you should be able to view it.

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I'm presuming your car is beeping once? Do you have an aftermarket stereo?

 

In the meantime, until you get it figured out you can lock the vehicle and immediately unlock it. In 45 seconds it will auto lock and the alarm won't go off on you.

 

 

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Probably addressed to Estii but I'll answer nonetheless.

Yes I have an aftermarket radio. What is the interaction between stock radio and alarm that no longer works with an aftermarket system?

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1 hour ago, hardtailer said:

Probably addressed to Estii but I'll answer nonetheless.

Yes I have an aftermarket radio. What is the interaction between stock radio and alarm that no longer works with an aftermarket system?

The car’ s dash has a radio theft alarm circuit built into where the radio sits; left unconnected it triggered the alarm to beep.

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Thanks for replying for me ;). Yes i have an aftermatket headunit, and the car is honking once after locking. I am also missing the plastic catch on the fuel door.

 

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The best thing he could do is to have the car scanned with a Porsche scan tool, it will show the source of the last 10 alarm faults.

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Is there a way to silence the radio theft citcuit? This has started happening since that very day I changed the radio.

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14 hours ago, Eștii said:

Is there a way to silence the radio theft citcuit? This has started happening since that very day I changed the radio.

 

Use tape tto he radio ground wire (brown wire) that was connected works.

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Tape...find the ground wire and wrap some tape around the connector.  That means it is not connected to anything.  Originally the brown ground wire was connected to the radio chassis.  Now what you want to do is disconnect the ground wire and wrap some tape around the connector so it is not touching anything.

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