Sigma M30 malfunctioning Blobeye

Old 07 January 2019, 08:12 PM
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Default Sigma M30 malfunctioning Blobeye

Hello everyone,

A couple of weeks ago, the alarm (Sigma M30) of my Subaru Impreza Sti '04 went off in the middle of the night. This resulted in a drained battery.
After that, I removed the battery from the car and charged it up during a week. When I placed the battery back on the car, whenever I want to close the car by activating the alarm, it automatically goes off after +/- 15 seconds.
So each time I activate the alarm, it goes off.

I removed the car battery and replaced it with another one, but no result.
I checked that everything is well locked (windows, doors, bennet) but no result.

I took the car to a Subaru dealer, but they couldn't help me because it's a Blobeye UK (imported to Belgium) and apparently they can't access the on-board computer.
So no help/solution from the dealers side.

Could anyone here please help me out, what I can do to solve this annoying problem?
As I am the fourth owner, the PIN code has been lost during a past takeover of the car.

Any help is really much appreciated.
Kind regards,
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Old 07 January 2019, 09:31 PM
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If your keys/fobs still function in arming and disarming the alarm you can program in a new pin as per link below

The webpage also has links to the users manual and alarm codes.
It also has a link to Sigma Sams (now for infomation only) thread on SIDC but you will need to register to view.
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