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I HAVE A 87 MAXIMA, THE ALARM MIGHT BE THE SUSPECT INTERFERING WITH TURNING ON THE ENGINE... I HAVE CHECKED EVERYTHING LIKE THE COIL, POWER TRANSISTOR, AND CURRENT FROM THE BATTERY... CAN I ELIMINATE THE ALARM?

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I got a 87 maxima and it did that too me do u got aftermarket alarm or factory if its factory take cable off and try it if its a aftermarket just unplug the box under the dash its a module good luck........

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