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I just wondered if there was any way to temporarily turn off the alarm in the Scenic II, we sometimes have to leave the dogs in there to nip into shops and can't lock the car because of it
 

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Hi Tobykim, check the paper alarm booklet that came with the car, it details a way to disarm the internal sensors, using the keycard and the card reader using a sequence of inserting and withdrawing the key.

Downside you need to do it every time, so if you leave the dogs on a regular basis it might put extra wear on the card reader.

Hope it helps :)
 

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Thanks for that, unfortunately we don't have that bit of documentation, some of the booklets are missing as it was bought used
 

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I would give you details from my handbook but unfortunately my car is not here at the moment.


Another member might oblige if it does not contravene the Forums copyright rules.

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Not the clearest description in the booklet but here goes:
Insert Keycard
Press start button x5 within 7secs
Close door - lock car
? x2 Flashes 4 beeps
Arms in 60secs
 

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I think he's just decided to leave it he'll just have to take them in the shop with him, thanks for the replies, I have another problem now so I'll have to start another thread
 

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I had just this problem - the dogs go mad because they're sitting right over the alarm! I just put a small piece of Blutack over the end of each sensor, which are on the side panels in the boot near the roof.
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Thanks I'm sure he'll give that a try sounds a lot more simple, we had a scenic before this one but it had no alarm so the problem didn't arise

Thanks again everyone
 

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Hi all this is my first post so sorry if wrong. My friend also has a scenic with an alarm problem (Going off every 10 mins), he is currently having to do the reset thing every time he gets out so we had a look around the car last night and found the siren in the passenger side rear wing accessible from the internal wall panel, We 1st unplugged the 2 white wires coming from the siren but found this only works the roof sensors in the rear of the car, after stripping the rear end down we found a plug in the same passenger side rear internal wall panel at bottom of the panel, You do not need to take any rear lights off you only need to drop the back passenger seat down and (PULL) the plastic wall panel off then take out the screw at the top releasing the side wall panel. The plug is at the bottom behind this wall panel at floor level. We unplugged this and the Alarm no longer works and no flashing indicators, nothing. We then checked all lights, doors, locks and doors and everything works great. Hope this helps everyone else. Wayne
 

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On a III, card in --out-- in -- out within 10 secs switches off ultrasonics. will beep three times on locking.
In __out 3 times within 10 secs switches off motion as well, still beeps 3 times.
 

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I just wondered if there was any way to temporarily turn off the alarm in the Scenic II, we sometimes have to leave the dogs in there to nip into shops and can't lock the car because of it
2015 Renualt Scenic .How do I torn off Alarm as I often have to leave the dogs in the car?
 

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2015 Renualt Scenic .How do I torn off Alarm as I often have to leave the dogs in the car?

Different vehicle to yours but on the Trafic i lock the van & keep finger on the lock button till i hear a beep & that disengages the motion sensors in the cabin.
See if it's the same on yours !

That way you can keep your dogs safe & the alarm will still go off if the doors open.
 
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