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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Turn off your car engine and take the keys out of the ignition.
Set a flashlight pointing up, under the steering wheel. You need to be
able to see the wiring above the brakes and gas pedal.
Locate the alarm box in the steering cavity. The box is usually a small,
rectangular box with the brand of your alarm printed on it.
Feel around the box for the wires connecting it to your car's circuitry.
Gently pull the wires loose to disconnect the alarm from the car.
Pull the alarm box out of the car and push the wires back into the
steering cavity. If the box does not come out easily, check and make sure all
of the wires are disconnected.
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