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1997 eclipse wont start after alarm is triped/ diconnected

I recently got a 1997 eclipse and the alarm went of for every little bump so i undid 1 of the wires that led to the siren under the hood and now it wont start i tried plugging it back in and the alarm light inside the car flashs red when i try to start it and it wont start at all how can i fix this so i can start it agin like reset it or somthing

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  • evoker121 Mar 09, 2009

    idk where that would be and thers an old viper alarm sticker on the window so i take it thats what kind of alarm it is would it work for that brand alarm?

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Pull the fuse/ power supply on the main alarm module. it should startt. hook it back up and it should re set.

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  • dhopo1 Mar 09, 2009

    it should. look in your fuse panel for any added male spades with wire running from fuse panel face. also look and see if it might be connecter directly to the battery. follow any after market wires from battery or fuse panel to the main alarm controle box. you can also follow the wires you disconnected from the siren to their source. you should find what you need there. gl let me know

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