Question about Vehicle Parts & Accessories
It sounds like you have an aftermarket alarm in the vehicle that has been inactive or turned off at some point and has now decided to wake up and participate.Look under the dash on the drivers side for a bunch of wires that just look out of place. Follow them up. and usually the alarm module is shoved up in there out of site.
Pull it down so you can see it good. if it has gm on it, or viper. Just unplug every thing connected to it and your vehicle should start and be back to normal.
If it says something else. unplug every thing and if your vehicle doesn't start, then there is a thich wire going up your steering column that has been cut and the 2 halfs go to the alarm. Cut the wires going to the alarm and splice that thick wire back together and the vehicle will start.
Let me know, if needed further assistance.
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Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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