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We just replaced the starter an to my surprise the vehicle has an alarm. I only have one key to it. How do I by pass the alarm?

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With great difficulty!!!!!! you maybe lucky and find a relay,it will be located in or near the fuse box,inside the lid will tell you which one..Good-luck(l think u.r going to need it!!!!!!)

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