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I have a 1996 ford Explorer with single button on key fob and it has stopped working can I Bypass the alarm/immobilser and take it out of the system alltoghether

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If its a factory alarm you can not bypass it, it goes through the computer however a one botton alarm is usually an aftermarket starter diable try finding the starter relay if it looks different replace it with a regular relay if its not just a relay you might want to look under the dash for a smaller size box and find the name of the alarm company and look on there website on how to disable it

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