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Mk4 ibiza alarm siren location

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk4 (2002-2008)' started by charliebossman, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. CAN ANYONE TELL ME THE ALARM SIREN LOCATION ON A MK4 IBIZA 1.9 DIESEL SPORT PLEASE?:headhurt: OR A WAY TO DISABLE THE ALARM WITHOUT USING THE KEY FOB AS I AM IN THE PROCESS OF GETTING MY KEY FOB SORTED AND THE KEEPS GOING OFF:whistle: AND ITS DOING MY HEAD IN
     
  2. techie

    techie Skoda Techie

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    Should be under the fuel tank just around the exhaust heat sheild area.
     
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    techie Skoda Techie

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    It does however have an inbuilt battery back up.

    The alarm however shouldnt be going off because the remote battery is flat or faulty.
     
  4. I just had a quick look cant locate it yet, is it between the center silencer and the back box? Dont know what is up with the alarm it just keeps going off when i unlock the doors and i cant turn it off with my key fob as it has decided not to work! And i have changed the battery in it, made no difference is there any way of just turning the alarm off?
     
  5. ss55eat

    ss55eat Active Member

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    On my MK4 Cupra I have a remote key and a normal key. If you use the normal key to unlock the car you have to start it within 30 seconds or the alarm goes off. Sounds like the radio transmitter part of your remote key has failed.

    If the MK4 key is the same as our old MK2 Ibiza there are 2 parts to the key; a passive transponder thing that talks to the lock when you put the key in the door/ignition and the battery powered radio transmitter part that does the remote locking and also switches the alarm off. On our MK2 the transmitter part failed. I replaced the transmitter circuit board in the remote key with a one from a scrap car's key. The car was then persuaded to 'learn' the new transmitter (details were in the handbook). All worked fine with no need to go to Seat to have a new key recoded.
     

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