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Old 09-11-2003, 10:48 PM
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I've also seen SLK's that needs the doors adjusted tighter to stop the switches from making contact. This can also cause the alarm to go off after the car is locked, usually more common on hot days.
One easy way to check the door adjustment causing this problem is to lower the windows, then close the door and wait for the dome lamp to go out, then pull in and out on the doors (like at the top of the doors, this is why the windows were left down).
As you do this watch the dome lamp and see if it comes on.

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