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I have a 96 s-10 that has a code alarm 1000 SE.

When I changed the battery, the flashers would go on and off. I can't get the vehicle to turn over. It starts intermitently. Most of the time it will not. The alarm system was on the vehicle when we got it and we don't have a manuel to refer to. I'd like to be able to reset the unit so we can start the vehicle and even take the system out.
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Look for purple wire in the ignition harness, it will be cut going to a relay and then back to the opposite side of the purple wire, cut this out and connect purple to purple... it will start every time now (provideing this was the propblem)

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In your case, I would presume that the battery voltage is too low which may indicate either a failed battery, or a parasitic voltage drain.

First, get the vehicle started, and run the vehicle for a good twenty or so minutes to get some charge to the battery. If you don't want to waste fuel however doing this, then I suggest using any battery charger, as all we want to do is get some voltage back in the battery. If you are using a charger though, then charge on a lower voltage setting overnight.

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