206 Standard fit Alarm on GLX 1999 model

Discussion in 'Peugeot 206' started by Duncan Masterman, Aug 29, 2003.

  1. The alarm has started to play up on my 206 1.4GLX. I have isolated it the
    interior sensors.When it's set without the interior sensors (by pressing the
    button near handbrake) it does not go off. Any ideas?

    I have made sure that all windows are closed, nothing is hanging inside that
    can move and I have checked for evidence of any spiders. Do interior sensors
    just tend to go wrong after 4 years for no reason?

    I'm loathed to go to dealer as they will say that have looked at it and
    relieve me off £50 for having a look and it will probably still keep going
    off!
     
    Duncan Masterman, Aug 29, 2003
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  2. Duncan Masterman

    Chris Guest

    [posted and mailed]

    Hi Duncan

    Did you ever find out what the problem was? I have the exact same car
    and the exact same problem. Mines a 1999 V Reg 1.4 GLX 206 and my alarm
    will randomly go off. I tried the isolation fix but it still went off
    on me!

    I'm reluctant as you are to go to the dealer, but unfortunately its my
    only option as nowadays, they just plug it into a laptop and it tells
    them whats wrong! Nothing anyone else can do.
     
    Chris, Sep 5, 2003
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  3. Duncan Masterman

    Mindwipe Guest

    laptop won't diagnose this one which is caused by over sensitive u/sonix
    interface which needs replacing(comes with sensor and emitter)plugs in at
    back of fusebox/bsi(n case you're going diy)
     
    Mindwipe, Sep 14, 2003
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  4. Duncan Masterman

    Chris Guest

    Thanks for the heads up. Any idea how much this costs and wheres a good
    supplier?

    Cheers
    Chris.
     
    Chris, Sep 15, 2003
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