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Locking a car without engaging alarm?

Hiya,

Is there anyways to lock the civic without the alarm coming on? If I pop into a shop briefly and leave my dog in the car I come out to a siren and flashing lights everytime!

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Please note, he IS fully grown...and NO he will never grow into them ears!
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Get out of car and hold the door handle out (as if opening the door) then whilst holding it out lean into the car and pull the lock button (as if you were locking from inside the car) then close the door keeping door handle out.

Lights just flash three times confirming exterior alarm is on but internal is off.

Hope that makes sense!
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Do you really need to lock the car with that monster in it. Lol
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Get out of car and hold the door handle out (as if opening the door) then whilst holding it out lean into the car and pull the lock button (as if you were locking from inside the car) then close the door keeping door handle out.

Lights just flash three times confirming exterior alarm is on but internal is off.

Hope that makes sense!
Sort of I'll give it a go! Cheers fella.


I was shocked when my insurance company declined to lower my premiums having that beast in my car!
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Do you really need to lock the car with that monster in it. Lol
Its like a mini version of ours
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Its like a mini version of ours

I bet mines still got bigger ears!
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I bet mines still got bigger ears!
Oh I don't know!

Bet yours has got bigger balls
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Oh I don't know!

Bet yours has got bigger balls
Is poor Thai ball-less Ben?
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Is poor Thai ball-less Ben?
Yes

In an attempt to stop him eating people
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In an attempt to stop him eating people
How's his rehab going?

Has he chewed the handler?lol
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Genuine LOL on the insurance quote
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Get out of car and hold the door handle out (as if opening the door) then whilst holding it out lean into the car and pull the lock button (as if you were locking from inside the car) then close the door keeping door handle out.

Lights just flash three times confirming exterior alarm is on but internal is off.

Hope that makes sense!
That is a lot do just to switch sensors off, couldn't there be a switch lol, how did you find out about this Ben..?
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That is a lot do just to switch sensors off, couldn't there be a switch lol, how did you find out about this Ben..?
Yeah it's a bother but I have to do it for my dog. I read it on here somewhere!

Touch your nose,spin round three times, do your best impression of dame Edna then bark like a dog. Car locked.
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think yourself lucky with the nissan system you need to turn key on/off 2 or 3 times before leaving car to dis-able ultrasonics
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Wait I thought if you pressed the lock button just once on the keyfob the internal alarm isn't activated?
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Wait I thought if you pressed the lock button just once on the keyfob the internal alarm isn't activated?
Nope

Once is full lock twice is deadlock
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think yourself lucky with the nissan system you need to turn key on/off 2 or 3 times before leaving car to dis-able ultrasonics
That sounds easier than the Civic TBH.

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Wait I thought if you pressed the lock button just once on the keyfob the internal alarm isn't activated?
Mine engages with only one press. AFAIK the only thing the second press does is engage the deadlocks.
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