Question about 1990 Dodge Dynasty
In 1990 the alarm installed by chrysler was still considered after market. The problem is you have to find the control box. If this alarm is giving you this problem now you might as well find the box and remove it from the electrical system. It is usually located near the fuse panel or steering column. Now you would think it would have plug connectors but it might not. Since alarms where not incorporated into the ECM in that year you are looking for a small black box with 4 to 6 wires on one side comeing from teh ignition switch area and running through the firewall. If you have an alarm horn it is possible that you might find an in-line fuse you can pull to resolve this issue, You will have to trace the wires. If it were incorporated in the vehicles original design there would be a fuse in the fuse block you could pull.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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