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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 work. The only thing that stopped was the alarm sound. But I think I didn't remove everything I need too. So could you please let me know how to remove the whole car alarm myself?

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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.

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