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2006 Murano left idle over summer. I returned to find a dead battery but when an attempt was made to recharge, the alarm sounded, lights flashed and fob would not stop the alarm. I'm currently charging the battery without the leads but I fear when reconnected after charging the alarm will be reactivated and no way to stop. How then would I stop it? Any ideas? Thank you for your time!
 

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2006 Murano left idle over summer. I returned to find a dead battery but when an attempt was made to recharge, the alarm sounded, lights flashed and fob would not stop the alarm. I'm currently charging the battery without the leads but I fear when reconnected after charging the alarm will be reactivated and no way to stop. How then would I stop it? Any ideas? Thank you for your time!
Disconnect the battery, lock all the doors. Connect the battery and when the alarm sounds, use the key to unlock the driver's side door and the alarm should turn off.
 

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Disconnect the battery, lock all the doors. Connect the battery and when the alarm sounds, use the key to unlock the driver's side door and the alarm should turn off.
Thanks? All set now that battery is fully charged and replaced.
 
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