Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2005 00:41:13 GMT
From: "Bill Jackson" <wjacksonnospamester.rr.com>
Subject: Re: "Service Theft Alarm" message in SID - 99, 9-5


FYI - the referenced URL rocks! I bought the solder-in batteries from the web for about $10, took the thing out, apart and back in the car in about a half-hour. Turned on the car, Service Theft Alarm is gone. hopefully it lasts, but from all indications things look pretty good Thank you! "Andrew Sinclair" <news05nospamlycat.org> wrote in message news:9hATzcCBnC1CFwfInospamlycat.org... > In message <e%EAe.24541$e%5.1833nospamter.nyroc.rr.com>, Bill Jackson > <wjacksonnospamester.rr.com> writes >> >>The report was that the alarm siren, which supposedly has rechargeable >>batteries in it so that it'll work if you cut the battery cable, has had >>the >>batteries go flat. The solution is to replace the siren at a cost of >>something like $300. >> > http://www.nospam.co.uk/ubb/ultimatebb.php?/topic/12/1641.html#000002 > > (or http://nospam.com/c2onf if the wrap messes up the link) > > Tells you all you need to know, > > Cheers, > > Andy > -- > Andrew Sinclair http://www.smellycat.org

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