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word of warning probley a little to late NEVER EVER jump start a car with todays newwer cars with all the electrical systems on newwer cars voltage spikes can cause alot of damage i assume you probley fryied either the ecm or bcm even if your able to disarm the alarm chances are good it still wont start u need to have it taken in and have it looked at
We don't give out information on over riding anti theft systems We don't know if yo are trying to steal it or bypass it to run the car car without the parents permission. so f you want to do this you will have to contact us and spend the money an give us credit card information to fix this, or go to a lock smith and have them fix it for you. This is a protection for you and For us if yo use the premium support we have a name a number and a credit card number to match up the information with in case it happens to be stolen car. Or a teenager trying to use the car without parents permission.
Hey! I pulled out my manual and there is no fuse specified for the alarm. Whoever put the alarm in will have to tell you what fuse is used for it. If you purchased it from the dealer with one, then they should be able to tell you. If all else fails, I found a link to the pdf file of the owner's manual. If you click this, it should take you right to the actual file for you to download.