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you need the remote control to do it if you disconnected the battery and then reconnected it when the alarm goes off you have to press the disarm button otherwise the alarm goes into theft mode and will not start buy the remote control if you need it now and you can program it into the system once in and the pats system has it stored you will then be able to start your car again good luck
You can usually reset the alarm by unlocking the car using the key in the drivers door.if that doesn't work the alarm module is usually in the drivers kick panel area and unpluging it will usually disarm.all this if its a factory system. If aftermarket just look for the alarm brain and unplug it till you can get it to a stereo shop.
if you unplug the battery this can reset it.......
but if that does not work....then this is what you should do...
Make sure the drivers front(left front) door is closed and you have your car keys.
Insert your door key into the drivers door and turn it to the locked position two times.
Then turn the key to the unlock position twice.
The alarm should be disarmed, now.
there could be other way of doing it but this works on most cars....
**also you must know that but in some cars the tranny needs the battery as the tranny needs to learn how to shift right.......so in some cars like the 2002 expedition if you unplug the battery the tranny will forget how to shift right again...and so...you might experience slight changes in the way you car runs...it could take longer for it to shift.........BUT NOT TO WORRY.....
good luck man!!
Is the alarm factory fitted, cheap, or a top of the range.
the factory alarm you can pull the cable of the horn untill you get the car started.
there are some alarms that go off when there is a voltage change, and some will keep going for a couple of minutes if the battery is dead flat untill there is power to equilze the power abit,
and some alarms have a key over ride in the siren.
if its a cheap alarm take the battery of and charge it,(the alarm will cut out as soon as the battery is disconnected.
~dont jump start from a dead flat battery, as it can cause a lot more problems with the electrics, leave another car running with the jump leads on for at least 5 min first.~