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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well thats an interesting idea but by bypassing the alarm your car will not usualy start it is a safety feature that is built in to all chrysler autos it will disable the starter coil door locks windows and half the electrical systm as a safety feature and anti theft feature
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
If you are talking about the PATS system, no way to do it. There is no factory alarm from Ford, if it is a Ford OEM system, it was added at the dealer. The 97 & 98 has a factory alarm system, but this was deleted after the introduction of PATS in 1999.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
The FACTORY ALARM DISARM WIRE IS
lt. green/orange '-', Located at a the
black plug in the drivers kick panel.
Once Located, splice into this wire with
a simular guage wire, and put it to
a solid chassis ground. This terminates
the alarm functions entirely.
If you want to use the alarm again all you do is remove the spliced wire
un hook your battery let it sit over night and hook it back up
Posted on Apr 03, 2014
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