Question about 1995 Eagle Talon
Depending on who installed it, there should be a small button, located somewhere under the driver side dash. Different shops install these buttons in different locations, so it's hard to tell where it may be, but that's the usual place.
Turn the key to the "on" position and push the button.
Depending on the alarm, there may be a certain number of times you have to push it, but normally it's just once. You will hear a confirmation "chirp" from the alarm horn when it is disabled.
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