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You can't. (hack it, or disconnect ,so it never cant work again by you or next owner)
to defeat it, is in the operators guide lost that?
open glove box, see alarm page. see how to enable and disable it.
its there. use the key at the door, and turn it off.

Posted on Apr 13, 2015

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