I took my car to the dealership after my car was broken into. They had to replace the driver's side door lock because that's how the person got into the car. It wound up costing $585. Does that seem reasonable? I had to talk them down from $750. Also, now that I have my car back and it's been fixed, the security system seems a little different from how I remember it. Can anyone explain all the beeps that are normal when locking and unlocking the car. It seems there are so many beeps, some longer than others, and I have no idea what the difference is. Also, is there a way to look at the car from the outside when it's locked and see if there's some kind of indicator or security light that blinks to let someone know that the car's alarm is set? When my car was broken into, I don't think it triggered the car's alarm. The people at the dealership said that if the thief knew how to jimmy the door's lock without triggering the alarm, that could explain it. Any thoughts are appreciated.