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Change settings so horn does not honk when arming via remote

I am trying to figure out how to change the settings on a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser alarm remote, so that the horn does not honk when arming.
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  • ltlcancun Jun 16, 2009

    LOL, thanks, I guess. Problem is I am in Mexico, with limited Spanish. The car is my girlfriends and I find it extremely annoying and loud when arming the car. Especially late at night.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    When I let off the brake the horn starts honking.



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If this is even possible...which im not would be best goin to a dealer..and let them show you how to use your alarm remote..the BUMs show do it for nuffin..Good luck

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