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My k9 car alarm system has a kill switch and somehow was activated while I was driving today. It makes a knocking sound except for when I have the key in the ignition turned on or if i push a button in my car and I can't get my car to turn on anymore. How do I deactivate the kill switch or how do I take it out?

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Usually if you unplug the after market alarm system it will let you start and drive your vehicle.

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I guess doing at your own is pretty dangerous for your car lock/alarm system. Rather that doing at your own you should call locksmith guy to fix it. You can see the website locksmith in san francisco and follow the manual guide of car lock system. Or you can call company's owner to fix this issue.

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