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Recently, after locking the car with the Key Fob, the siren will sound after 45 minutes to an hour of sitting. There has never been any indication that someone was trying to get into the vehicle, thereby setting off the alarm. It's gotten frequent enough that I hesitate to lock the RRS for fear of being called outside to shut off the racket. Has anyone experienced this and if so, what is the likely culprit? BTW, I do not think I am "pocket dialing" the panic on the Fob as it's usually in a coat pocket that I'm not wearing when inside, not in my trouser pocket.

Thanks much! usmcfred
 

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Thank you. I should have mentioned that I occasionally get a Hood Open fault message that usually disappears quickly. I will pull the connector. Is it located on the latching mechanism?
 
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