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Hello my name is griffin, I happen to have a problem with my buick park avenue 1995. Every time I touch it the alarm goes off. I bought it second hand and it never came with remote but just a key. What can I do to stop the alarm?

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Find power and disable unit if needed have shop do it so quick they may not even charge you go to stereo an car starter install shop tho.or mechanic...but ask shop for electrical wiz every shop has one guy who is their best....

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