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Security control car under water now problem locating security control unit.cat wiil start if you remove starter relay and jump. but want start with relay in

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Are you sure it has a security system? if you are not getting the power to the relay you can run a wire off the start position of the ignition switch back to the small red.yellow wire (signal) on the relay and cut the existing wire out and wah la no more security feature good luck and please rate -jeff

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