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Q: Alarm system warning light on.

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The alarm system warning light is on.

A: Hello. Generally, most warning lights come ...

Hello. Generally, most warning lights come with some fault code, or a trained technician can test the circuits and determine the problem. Have a certified technician, like the ones at YourMechanic, scan the vehicle for any specific fault code and trace the electrical system for a fault.

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