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I have a Mazda 6TS2 automatic which I purchased new in November

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I have a Mazda 6TS2 automatic which I purchased new in November 2009.
The alarm system goes off on it's own even when the car is left unlocked.
Usually goes off a couple of consecutive times then stops.
Unfortunately during the night and upsetting the street!
Can I isolate the alarm or is there an answer?
Name is***** goal is to provide you with excellent service – if you feel you have gotten anything less, please reply back,
This is a very well known issue that many mazda 6 owners are having .
Normally a hood switch , but a diagnostic scan of the system (you will need a dealer level tool ) will show you which switch is causing you this issue , will also show you the last 5 sensors that set off the alarm.
If no codes,? a another known issue is a bad battery check the battery voltage if it has only 12 - 12.2 volt Then replace the battery.
Check for codes and please get back to me if needed please get back to me with the reply button, and not the poor or bad service, this way i can get back to you or suggest another expert if needed.
If i do not get back to you then i may be off line, and when i get back online i will get back to you..
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Kind regards Greg.
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Thank you for your help I will get it checked out at the next service in November as I do not have the right tools.
Also I have been told to just use the key in the drivers door to open and close and this seems to working for the last three days.Great service.RegardsBob Heaton
Okay thank you Bob, need anything just let us know .

Rgds Greg