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Car won't start after replacing battery.

Last year I had the alarm for the car disconnected. I had to reset the alarm turning on and off the ignition in a certain pattern.... thought I would never have to use again so didn't write down the pattern. Guess what. I need to reset the box. I changed out a dead battery and the alrm triggered. Now i need to reset the box and don't know how. HELP

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