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Old 04-29-2003, 08:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ive done almost everything to try and fix my anti-theft, does anyone have an easy way to disengage it so that it doesnt even work? my neighbor got all pissed at me cuz my alarm would go buck wild all night and woke everyone up, so im just gonna disengage it, what wires do i need to dick with? thanks
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im not sure man, but try yankin the fuse(s) i doubt this helps since im sure then it will be ignition protected, my car did this this winter, what would happen, i think was that the water from snow would melt and go into my door weather striping, then would freeze, expand and make the sensor think the door was being opened, so it freaked, followed by me running out to my car in the snow at 3:21 in the moring, and some morinings i would get up and my head lights would be up, not on, just up, and i was like wtf so if i opened the door with the remote, the alarm would should when i pulled the handle, but if i used the key, it would make the lights go down, since thats how u turn it off, duh

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Old 04-29-2003, 11:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
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lol it sucks doesnt it??
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Old 04-29-2003, 11:45 PM   #4 (permalink)
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should be a fuse
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Ok mine done that twice. But it was as soon as I set it. but the problem was in the driver door switch on the door frame it had some dirt in the ruber cover so was not pushing in all the way. Fig it out one morn when i whent out and my inside light was on and that dam buzz noise was on and when I thouched to door they whent off them came back on when I let off and the door was shut but the switch was just open a bit. So I fixed the switch.

And I did hear if you slam the door alot the switch can break.
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There is absolutely no fuse to pull to turn the alarm off. Most of the time it is your hood pinswitch that needs to be adjusted. Try adjusting your black hood stoppers so the hood fits more snug. The only way I have heard of disengaging the alarm is to disconnect the sensor/wire that goes to you door so the alarm never arms itself when you leave the car, but you also loose the domelight coming on when you open the door. Do a search for more info on that.
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Old 04-30-2003, 10:57 AM   #7 (permalink)
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You cannot disable it by pulling a fuse or relay. The system is integrated into the ECM.

Mine was doing the exact same thing-it was the hood switch on the passenger side. Just tweak it up some.
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Mine alarm's been acting up lately too. I park, lock the door, and about 15 minutes later, the alarm starts going off. Have to check the hood and door switches.
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I found some sort of after market alarm/remote start system in my car...I wasn't sure of it's purpose really, and since I knew it wasn't OEM, I oulled it.

Could this be the reason why my car doesn't start if it was in fact a alarm/keyless entry system?

My car cranks but won't fire...
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Old 01-03-2010, 06:54 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Maybe. Trace the wires from the unit you pulled and see if any of the wires were cut. The may have needed to cut stock wires in order for the anti-theft on the aftermarket system to function properly. I doubt it would be the cause as they usually wire them in to kill the starter. Always a good idea to check though.
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