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Author Subject: Help, Alarm and starting issues
postiemik

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Location: stafford

Registered: 06 Oct 2009

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Post #1
Hi there
Phase 3 gti6 dec 2000, The battery discharged completely put the charger on and alarm light not functioning, refuses to start, and weird things happening to the warning lights.
So checked fuse 6, not blown, boot light and central locking working fine,
Is there any other fuse/ relay that can be stuffed?
alarm siren disconnected years ago.
thanks mike

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mike
Posted 26th Sep 2018 at 14:39
mocinim

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Location: The Darkside of bedford :)

Registered: 09 Jan 2015

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Post #2
First try a new or known good battery chap letting a battery go completely flat is always a bad plan mate
1st place i'd start anyhoo

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Posted 27th Sep 2018 at 08:27
postiemik

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Location: stafford

Registered: 06 Oct 2009

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Post #3
Thanks, one on the way will know either way friday.

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mike
Posted 26th Sep 2018 at 18:33
postiemik

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Post #4
new battery fitted, alarm light dead wont start, fuse 6 intact? wtf

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mike
Posted 28th Sep 2018 at 12:17
postiemik

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Location: stafford

Registered: 06 Oct 2009

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Post #5
Has anyone got any idea what iv knackered as the engine still wont start even with a new battery
Central locking works indicators flash as normal when its unlocked, Dead lock doesn't operate.
Alarm light Dead
temp gauge goes to 140 and stays there doesn't drop back to 0
engine cranks but doesn't fire so i presume its immobilized.
any help please as im starting to loose it
phase 3

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mike
Posted 4th Oct 2018 at 17:25

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