Why does my alarm go off when I connect the battery?

1 Answer:
  • Cheang Yew Wei
    Usually, your battery sends a signal whenever you're starting the engine. If your battery is low on power, then the alarm will go off whenever you turn on your car. Think of it as the car letting you know that it's time to replace it. You can check your battery's condition by using a voltmeter.29 Jul 2020
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    You probably have a loose connection somewhere, or a fatigued solder joint on the alarm brain. Electronics don't just fail for no reason, and the siren doesn't just go off unless the alarm module gives it power.
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    Unless I am mistaken, Clifford and Viper are made by the same company, DEI (www.directed.com) so they are pretty much the same. I have a Viper 790 remote start/alarm that is the same as the Clifford series look at "responder" and they are exactly the same except the remotes look a little different.23 Oct 2004
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    approximately 30 feet
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