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I having problem with alarm system. How to disconnect manually. Thanks


Locate the fuse responsible for the alarm and remove it assuming it is not vital to other circuits. Otherwise you need to get a schematic to trace the wiring that feeds the alarm module and disconnect solely that wire.

Nov 10, 2015 | 2008 Mazda 6 2.5

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Do I need to reprogram a 4615 alarm if I fit bonnet protection and just connect to blue wire?


I would not it necessary as there is a connection already for it. the switch will simply activate the alarm

Mar 07, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Anyone their I need help with my viper alarm


If the control light for the Viper alarm continues to blink (basically it never stops blinking) then it is wired incorrectly, double check it's connection at the alarm 'box', ALSO, make sure no other wires are touching the control light's wires near connection.

Oct 13, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Disable car alarm



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Turn off your car engine and take the keys out of the ignition.

Set a flashlight pointing up, under the steering wheel. You need to be able to see the wiring above the brakes and gas pedal.

Locate the alarm box in the steering cavity. The box is usually a small, rectangular box with the brand of your alarm printed on it.

Feel around the box for the wires connecting it to your car's circuitry. Gently pull the wires loose to disconnect the alarm from the car.

Pull the alarm box out of the car and push the wires back into the steering cavity. If the box does not come out easily, check and make sure all of the wires are disconnected.

Jul 22, 2012 | 2005 Saturn VUE

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Disable hyundai getz alarm


To disable the alarm on a Hyundai Getz, you just need to bypass the hood switch. The alarm circuit thinks the hood is up and will not go into the Arm state.

The switch connects the single wire connected to it to ground when the hood is up.

So you can just connect a wire from the back of the switch to ground. You can fit a switch to enable/disable the alarm if you wish.

This is equivalent to just locking/unlocking the car manually with the key.

Jul 07, 2012 | Hyundai Getz Cars & Trucks

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I WANT TO FIX PRESTIGE CAR ALARM IN THE CAR' AND HOW TO CONECT THE WIRES


Below is a fast installation guide for most car alarm systems. Refer to your manual were needed. Car alarms can be hard to set up and include bands of wiring and sensing elements to instal. Take it step by step and taking after the operating instructions cautiously.

Steps to installing a car alarm system.
1. Mount the siren to a solid surface under the hood. Make sure that you point the horn of the siren toward the ground so that moisture won't affect the sound or horn.
2. Drill a hole through a rubber grommet in the firewall of the car and feed the sirens wire through the hole into the passenger compartment of the car.
3. Feed the power wire through the same hole on the passenger side. Make sure there is enough slack to reach the car's battery. 4. Connect the alarm's power wire to the battery.
5. Put a fuse on the power wire next to the battery.
6. Mount the shock sensor as described in the car alarm's manual.
7. Drill holes in the dash were you will want to place the LED status indicator. Feed the LED's wire through the hole and place the double-sided mounting tape to the back of the LED and place it over the hole in the dash.
8. Find the wires that work the car's power door locks.
9. Connect the door-lock relay to the lock/unlock wires and connect the alarm wire to the relay in the manner described by the tech advisor. 10. Locate the wire that works the courtesy light if the alarm has current sensing.
11. Connect the current sensing line from the alarm to the courtesy light wire.
12. Locate the factory door trigger if the alarm does not have current or voltage sensing.
13. Connect the factory door trigger to the alarm.
14. Locate the starter wire on the steering column below the starter switch. Cut the line and connect the starter disable relay. Connect the starter disable wire from the alarm to the relay.
15. Mount the valet switch somewhere under the dash.
16. Connect all the wires to the proper inputs and outputs of the alarm.
17. Find a sturdy surface under the dash and mount the module under the dash.
18. Use tie wraps to secure the wires of the harness and mount it under the dash.
19. Arm the alarm and test. Adjust the sensitivity as needed.

Feb 17, 2011 | 1999 Nissan Pathfinder

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I'm trying to remove my 02 lancer ls car alarm. I've removed the box and all the wires that was connected to the box but my car still will not start. I've even replaced the starter and it still won't...


The alarm had a wire to not let the car turnover/crank, is that what you mean, or the car turnsover/cranks, but wont run. If it wont turnover, usually its a larger wire that was cut and the alarm wired in, you will need to get this wire reconnected again. I dont have a diagram here to tell you the wire color, but usually its a 10-12 gauge wire. So if you have a 2 wires the same color, and its cut, connect them back again.

Sep 05, 2010 | Mitsubishi Lancer Cars & Trucks

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I cannot locate the valet switch to disengage the alarm.


    Preparing for the Installation
  1. Step 1 Gather materials. You will need scissors or a knife, crimps, solder material, solder gun, test light, drill, screw bit, screws, tie wrap, double-sided mounting tape and a voltmeter.
  2. Step 2 Read the installation manual that comes with the alarm. Make sure you understand what the instruction manual says. If you purchased the alarm from an automotive store, you can always ask them some basic questions to help you get started.
  3. Step 3 Call the tech support number for manufacturer of the alarm and tell the tech advisor what kind of car you have. Ask what kind of locking system your car uses and what color wire to connect to in order to interface the lock/unlock feature of your alarm,
  4. Step 4 Ask the advisor how to hook up the relay for the door lock feature, what color wire to connect to for the starter disable feature, and how to hook up the relay.
  5. Step 5 Ask how to set up the voltmeter to test the door lock wires.
  6. Step 6 Ask how to access the factory door triggers.
  7. Step 7 Determine where you intend to place the components by referring to the installation manual.
  8. The Installation
  9. Step 1 Mount the siren to a solid metal surface under the hood. Point the horn of the siren down toward the ground so that moisture cannot collect inside it. Drill a hole through a rubber grommet in the firewall of the car and feed the siren's wire through that hole into the passenger compartment of the car.
  10. Step 2 Connect the alarm's power wire directly to the car's battery. Feed the wire through the rubber grommet on the firewall and into the passenger compartment of the car.
  11. Step 3 Put a fuse on the power wire next to the battery. Check the installation manual for the fuse size.
  12. Step 4 Mount the shock sensor as described in the manual.
  13. Step 5 Drill a hole in the dash where you intend to place the LED status indicator. Feed the LED's wire through that hole and place the double-sided mounting tape to the back of the LED and place it over the hole in the dash.
  14. Step 6 Locate the wires that work the car's power door locks.
  15. Step 7 Connect the door-lock relay to the lock/unlock wires and connect the alarm wire to the relay in the manner described by the tech advisor.
  16. Step 8 Using the advice of the tech advisor, locate the wire that works the courtesy light if the alarm has current sensing.
  17. Step 9 Connect the current sensing line from the alarm to the courtesy light wire.
  18. Step 10 Locate the factory door triggers if the alarm does not have current or voltage sensing.
  19. Step 11 Connect the factory door trigger to the alarm.
  20. Step 12 Find the starter wire on the steering column some inches below the starter switch. Cut the line and connect the starter disable relay. Connect the starter disable wire from the alarm to the relay.
  21. Step 13 Mount the valet switch somewhere under the dash.
  22. Step 14 Connect all the wires to the proper inputs and outputs of the alarm module.
  23. Step 15 Mount the module to a sturdy surface under the dash using the drill, screw bit and screws.
  24. Step 16 Use the tie wraps to secure the wires of the harness and stuff it back under the dash.
  25. Step 17 Arm the alarm and test its performance.

Jun 01, 2010 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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Car wont start after both alarms were removed


Try to remove the After Market alarm only. The other might be the FACTORY alarm. Might want to leave the factory one in the vehicle.

Mar 17, 2010 | 1997 Honda Civic

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Mercedes alarm problem


hello,good day,your alarm signal is actuated by your left front control module or left front sam,you mention you replaced your wiring harness,maybe some mix-up,tryn to check again your wiring connection,your alarm have 3 connection, terminal 1 is always live, 2 is ground,,3 is connected to your left module number 4 socket with number 3 pin (blue red wire) try to check,and post your evaluation,ty

May 06, 2009 | 2000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

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