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I can not reset the alarm module because of that the car wont start so im just lost in this whole car.

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  • Christopher Foulkes Sep 05, 2010

    Is the alarm factory (with the pellet in the ignition key) or is this an aftermarket piece?



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Im not sure if this is a factory alarm or aftermarket, try locking and unlocking the pass/side door and see if car starts. if its aftermarket look under the dash for a red button, this is a default button,turn the key on and push this button in four times fast. then try to start the car. hope this helps.

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