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Hi!

My names Rikard and im from Sweden and I just bought me a -91 bonneville (a month ago). Im sorry if the language is not completly correct at all times.

Now to my problem...

The alarm doesnt work and the keyless remote doesnt work and if I dont run the car for 48 hours the battery goes flat.

What I know about the problem is!:

Ive changed the battery in the remote
The last owner disconnected the horns so the neighbours wouldnt go crazy about the alarm
When I close the all the doors and lock the doors, the security lamp shines steady, but it doesnt go off at all.
The "plug" to close the gasdoor (where you put gas in the car) is jammed it doesnt go out when you close the doors.
And theres know indication on a open door on the panel or something like that.

So does anyone know about something that can help me please reply here!

/Rikard, SWEDEN
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