It is simple just trace the wires - you will notice that installer will
have teed in the wires – just cut off the T to the alarm - where you
spot wires have been cut and attached with the alarm wires, just remove
the alarm wires and rejoin the original wires and you won't face the
alarm problem again.
A lot of owners coimment about Karr alarms and are so bad! Do yourself a favor and replace it (they comment like a personal opinnion).
I just got an accord and it came with a paper manual for the 2040. I
had to reprogram the remotes though. Here is how Kar said to do it, you
will have to fool around with it to figure out which buttons go to
which channel, and I only had to press the button 3 times not on off to
get it into the mode. So when it beeps once it meets its in channel 1,
twice, channel 2:
locate your valet switch. The valet switch is either going to be a
small black push button, or a small silver toggle switch. The valet
switch is either mounted on the plastic panel on the left side of the
vehicle, near your left ankle as your sitting normally in the driver’s
seat or directly behind the LED light.
your ignition key to the “on” position, or start the vehicle.
+ you have a silver toggle switch:
the switch “on” and “off” three times. (on-off-on-off-on-off) qIf
you have a valet push button:
the push button three times.
alarm system will chirp one time, letting you know that the alarm is in
down the arm/disarm (center) button on the transmitter, until the alarm
chirps again, confirming that the transmitter has been learned.
your ignition key off.
alarm will give one last chirp, letting you know the alarm has exited
new transmitter is now programmed to the vehicle, and will arm and
disarm the alarm system.
If you have problems
programming the transmitter, please feel free to call at (949)
707-4210, or toll free at (800) 395-5277.
Here you can find your wiring diagram for Dodge Intrepid Car Alarm