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I have a 1998 Porsche 911. I simply want to disable / disconnect the it as straightforward as removing a fuse?

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Sometimes, it depends on if the Fuse is running any other equipment.
Personally, I would find the alarm sensor and disconnect it.
This would allow you to retain the factory remote start or keyless entry (if equipped.)

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