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Is this a factory alarm? If this is the case you have to apply a negative pulse to the wire color. Light Green/Orange located at the Driver’s kick panel as soon you apply a negative pulse the alarm will be disarmed and if you want to keep disarmed for ever just hook a wire to this Light Green/Orange and connect it direct to ground this way will keep always the alarm in disarm mode
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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