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'02 Town & Country alarm problem

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Old October 3rd 17, 04:49 AM posted to rec.autos.makers.chrysler
Percival P. Cassidy[_2_]
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Default '02 Town & Country alarm problem

The alarm of a family member's 2002 Town & Country keeps going off,
sometimes even during the night and disturbing the neighbors.

The immediate remedy is to disconnect the battery overnight, but that's
hardly a long-term solution.

I have a code scanner, but I don't know whether an alarm problem is
going to register in the scanner, and in any case, if the battery has
been disconnected, I assume that any stored codes would have gone away.

The possibilities that occur to me are (a) a faulty door switch, and (b)
an intermittently closing contact in the Panic button on one of the
remotes. Are they possibilities, and is there anything else we should
look at?


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