W215 Alarm bypass

jimmymidnight

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Will locking the doors with the actual key instead of the button lock the car without arming the alarm? I don't really want to leave my car unlocked, but at the same time I don't want a drained battery or angry mob coming after me because my alarm has "issues".

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Manual locking should not arm the ATA (anti theft alarm)
 

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it's ok, the car won't be out on the street, it's parked up in my locked and alarmed office garage until i get it fixed, I just want to get this stupid alarm problem solved, but it's going back to the dealer this week or next week work depending to have a few bits sorted under the dealer's warranty. This is just another thing to add to the list!
 

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Don't forget to mention the Rottweiler that also lives in the garage with it :D
 

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