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Alarm and door lock malfunction 1996 Camaro z28 LT1

Cant change the mode of the alarm. key fob doesnt lock or unlock just beeps the horn. auto door lock button just speeds up the door bell and doesnt lock or unlock. if you dont push the unlock button every time you open the door the alarm goes off. tried doing what the manual instructs and also unhooked the battery. no luck. how do i correct the problem or disconnect the alarm altogether.

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Hey just wondering if you ever go this problem fixed. I am having the exact same issue. Thanks

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