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1. Open the window.
2. Disconnect the battery.
3. Close the door. (Keep the window open)
4. Turn the ignition key on.
5. Find the hood sensor in engine bay area. (It looks like push button)
6. Press the hood sensor and reconnect the battery. (Keep pressing the sensor)
7. Ask someone to start the engine (Keep pressing the sensor)
8. After the engine start, you can release that sensor.
9. Now your alarm vehicle was deactivated.
This trick is effective for common mitsubishi car which not using immobilizer.
Take off the inside door panel and see if there is something by the lock that activates/deactivates the alarm when you turn the key. Compare the drivers side(L), to the passenger side(R), that works. All mechanical things like to break down over time.
Have you tried a new battery in the remote, or do you have a second remote you can test. Either your remote is worn out or the battery is dead. Once you lock the car with your remote it will active the alarm and if you use your key it won't deactive the alarm only your remote will, on some cars putting the key in the ignition will deactive it. If you can deactive your alarm with your remote and can just manualy lock and unlock your doors and that should prevent your alarm from going off until you get a new remote or battery.
I don't think that the alarm can be bypassed once installed. So you'll have to contact the aftermarket car alarm installer that put it in to try to get a new fob that will work with it, or else have it uninstalled by an alarm dealer.
I think the wires need to be traced to deactivate the alarm system, one way or another, because most alarms cut into the ignition or start wiring to prevent the vehicle from running.
This car has a feature that can automatically lock your doors after you leave your car unlocked for a period of time – this can be turned off. I had the dealer do it but I am sure if you check the manual it can show you how to do it yourself. The alarm and locks on this car are very sensitive and often break so if this problem isn't resolved by deactivating the auto lock then I would have a mechanic look into it.