Question about OEM Systems Vehicle Parts & Accessories
There should be a kill switch/button under dash, you should put your key in ignition shut all doors, press button and turn key to on postition and then back to off 2 times, that should place the alarm in valet mode which will allow you to start the car and drive. i would recommend getting the alarm disabled eventually because the alarms are a hassle if you dont remember the valet option
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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