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Cut the red wire underneath the dash near fuse box? Is that the area that I look for red wire to disconnect the car alarm on the 1994 Mazda 929?

Got an answer on this site, but not sure where the red wire is located. please be specific of the area of the car. This is my first time doing this. Thank You.

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Cutting a wire on a car that already has a security issue won't fix the problem. The car has to be running and/or on before you cut any wires. It is called severed wire defaults. the computer loses communications with security and goes to default, which lets the car run. Cutting wires when the car is not running or on, only makes things worse for someone to fix. And to my knowledge... No vehicles has a red wire for data. Which is the wire to cut.

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