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Re: 2002 Jeep Liberty Limited 3.7 V6 Auto with 4wd-...
All alarms have disable function usually located down underneath the driver side, look for a small toggle switch or momentary switch, turn the key to the on position , click the switch once or twice to the small red l.e.d light stays on constant.
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the alarm automatically arms 30 seconds after you lock the doors i looked around online and found info for you
The FACTORY ALARM DISARM WIRE IS
lt. green/orange '-'conn. 2, pin 9 @ the BCM.
The factory alarm disarm wire is
negative trigger thru a 473 ohm resistor.
MUST use relay. The BCM
(Body Control Module) is attached to
the left of the fusebox.
Connector 1 is a gray 26 pin plug,
and connector 2 is a gray 22 pin plug.
Once Located, splice into this wire with
a simular guage wire, add the specified resistor
and put it to a solid chassis ground.
This terminates the alarm functions entirely.
However, at this point, this car would be exceedingly
easy to steel, so I suggest you get an aftermarket
alarm system to protect it from here on in.
Take this info to your local
stereo/car alarm guy and have them
do this for you.
Your alarm has been set off, once this happens the engine can not be started until the alarm is clear. It pretty much disables your ability to drive the car just in case it would be stolen. The dealer will need to check out to see if the alarm malfunctioned or ? what caused it to go off.
Running for five minutes sounds like something other than a security system problem (usually shuts off much earlier) but if that has been compromised it needs to be put back together or the trigger wire from the drivers door lock needs to be grounded. I'd look to the throttle position sensor, map sensor, crank position sensor or the ballast resistor on the drivers fender. You need to do tests on those items as all influence the fuel management system after warm up. Test when it is cold and after it shuts off so you don't mistake a part malfunction only when hot. Hands on testing is the ONLY way to determine accurately exactly what is happening there. Anything else is an educated guess!!!
Try Turn your vehicle on, while its on unhook the alarm box from behind the dash. if you attempt to do this without the vehicle on it will not work. an other solution would be to ground the purple and yellow wire on the drivers side door