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I had trouble with the alarm going off in 1998 Trooper. I disconnected the alarm horn from the firewall and it runs fine plus no alarm to worry about. Question will the fix last?

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    J King Apr 30, 2017

    Thank you Dennis. My question should have been with disrupting the system by removing the alarm horn, will the alarm system at some point shut the vehicle down? I have only driven around the block since removing the horn to see if it would still run normal, which it does. Thank you.

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Yes , you have no more power going to horn

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