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You can try the passenger side of the door to enable it, and disable it, that all you can do. Or if you know someone who know how to disable the alarm an auto electrician are the only one who know how, the only thing i will do is speak it and not give details first they cut the door alarm. they dont have too but sometimes autodoor lock get in the way. they jump the starter relay permanetly and its done I do this for customer left and right It faster and cheaper alarm are headache and the market to remove is big yours is easy its OBD1 . find a person who know his skill.
It will be the only one the charge hose will connect to.It will need to be retrofited if you have the 134a charge hose,it is a quick connect,and r 12 ,witch your car came out with,are screw on fittings,the retrofits will have to be screwed on to use the 134a ,and they will only fit the service ports they are designed for.If this was helpful,at all,please rate.
Look at the diagram specific for your engine size and just follow it and it will go smoothly. Make sure you have someone help you though it can be tough by yourself. You will need a set of combination wrenches and maybe a breaker bar for some extra help.
Under the dash you should find the fuses for the system. They won't be in the fuse box. You are looking for wires that are wrapped in electrical tape. The fuse holders should be hanging somewhere around the bottom of the column or near the left kick panel. Remove the fuses to disable the system. Now after you have done this you need to find the added in relay for the starter disable. This should be hanging around down there too in the same area. Two of the wires from the relay should go in to the column or splice into the wiring going to the ignition switch in the column. Hook these two wires together and then you should be able to start the car.
all alarms have a switch to disable them the unit under the hood should have a place to insert a key to turn it off it will be a small funney shapped key if u dont have it then u need a electrican to remove it if it is a non factory alarm it is not hard if it is then auto electrian job if u need anymore help just ask