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Need to disable car alarm on 86 Cressida

Can anyone direct me to where I can find a wiring diagram so that I can disable my car alarm.

The alarm has disabled my starter and now my car is out of commission..

Can anyone please help direct me?

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  • elfofo_jose Apr 25, 2009

    The alarm has disabled my starter and now my car is out of commission..

  • jprice386 Jun 16, 2009

    The only solution to the car alarm disabling issue that I have come up with is to disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 seconds. This happens when you least expect so I suggest that you carry a box-end wrench in the car at all times so that you can quickly loosen the battery cable tightening nut.



    This the best and most economical solution.



    Jeff Price

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we used a ratcheting flex-head stubby gearwrench (and contortionist maneuvers) to break free the nut then used fingers to hold the bolt still while using gearwrench to move the nut (may be painful and cause cramps).

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actually your car has to have keyless entry, it's part of the alarm system that is given you problems. I had a similar issue with my 87 camery, sounds like they still haven't fixed it in 96.. anyway the fix was for me to take the VIN number over to my local dealer dish out about 35 bucks and get the remote control unit for the alarm system. That also gives you keyless entry :).. So for 35 bucks it was well worth the investment.

In order to disable the alarm there should be a red or black button under the streering colum to left side. You must put the ignition in the run position, and then hold this button for thirty seconds it should disable the alrm until you repeat that procedure.

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PLEASE DO NOT CUT WIRES...you can buy new remotes and have them coded to the car,takes less than1/2 hour

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Hope this helps, also a good site, you found it lol.

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