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AUDIOVOX CAR ALARM

MY TRUCK WON'T START NOW. I NOTICE I NO LONGER have what appears to be a receiver box mounted on my dash board. the valet mode switch doesn't work either how elese can i get my car working?

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Try looking under your dash for the alarm brain. You should see a red wire with a fuse inline in all likelihood - remove that fuse and try to start it.

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