Is there away to deactivate is via ODB?
Not that I am aware of. Did you ever try locking the vehicle just using the driver's door key lock as I previously suggested?
Yes i know, that there is something wrong, when it chirps two times, but without an ford-diagnostic system i can not approve what is wrong.
This is not true. I told you a fairly easy way to diagnose the hood switch. You could easily bypass it by unplugging the connector and inserting a paper clip to short the connector terminals together if the switch is defective.
Next saturday i will go to an ford-dealer who thing he could read out the SJB DTC, but if you are right and it is an damaged switch at the door or hood ( i think it will be a door switch or perhaps both, because of the water ) it will take a long time to get the switch from the usa to germany. So i have to find a way, to get the ***** alarm-system deactivated!
Do you have any idea?.
As I stated, you could try locking the car with the driver's door keylock and key and do not use the key fob. You could also disconnect the battery.
I have an trunk light? i have never noticed this. I will look for the switch in the trunk and also will try to test it.
Yes, if you never noticed it, then the bulb may be blown out. This is common from slamming the trunk closed. As I stated previously, the switch that controls the trunk light is not
the same switch for the security system.
I think most of the ford dealer in europe have to have an ford diagnostic to check the sjb dtc. Perhaps i will get the dealer next to me, to try if he could get any DTC.
If they have the Ford IDS, or even the WDS scan tools, they can access the codes and diagnose the system.
So you are sure that the normal OEM alarm system has no reset/programming button? I read about this mysterious button in several threads, but no one could say where it was located exactly.
I have read similar threads about this secret switch, but I am not aware of any. There is no mention of such a switch in the Ford Factory Service Manual or on the Ford Factory wiring diagrams either. The only mention of an Inhibit Switch is the one on the driver's door key lock.