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I'm looking to remove the OEM anti-theft fuse from my 98 Honda Accord. The last couple of cold nights the alarm has been going off without notice. I had to disconnect the battery last night. Tonight I had to turn the car on & take a drive for it to go off. I'm trying to remove the fuse so that it will not go off.

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Pulling the oem antitheft fuse will probably totally disable the vehicle, sorry

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