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My alarm keeps going off it draind my battery dead and i would like to know how to disconnect it i got a 96 volkswagen jetta

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When they install a alarm, there is a switch, usually under the dash, in the side by your feet, lot to far from teh fuses and the light. Depending on the alarm, it is a small flip switch you will be looking for, you just switch it off, and then it will beep, hit the remote and it should disable it, I had to call a alarm company for the exact sequance, but they will disengage

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