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ArumnDark
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Aug 19, 2:50pm - #254205 
How do you disable your alarm?

Or, more specifically, MY alarm tongue

Is there a fuse I can pull or something? I want it to not engage when I lock the doors, is there a way I can do this? Other than just locking the doors from inside by hand?

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Aug 20, 4:01pm - #254206 
Ummm why wouldnt you want your alarm on when you lock ur car up? just curious.


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Aug 20, 6:40pm - #254207 
It honks like crazy when disabling/activating it frown

I think it's a problem with the wiring to the horn itself, I'm getting it checked next week.

It tries to do the chirp-chrip type honk, but instead it sticks, and I get Hooooonnnnkkkk!!! And sometimes it doesn't turn off until I put the key in frown


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Aug 20, 6:42pm - #254208 
Originally Posted by ArumnDark
It honks like crazy when disabling/activating it frown

I think it's a problem with the wiring to the horn itself, I'm getting it checked next week.

It tries to do the chirp-chrip type honk, but instead it sticks, and I get Hooooonnnnkkkk!!! And sometimes it doesn't turn off until I put the key in frown
I believe there is a way to change it.

Something like the way you change it to unlock everything with only one touch of the unlock button, instead of two.

Probably something like pull the key out of the ignition a hundred times, and then shift into 3rd.


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Aug 20, 9:42pm - #254209 
^^ lol


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Aug 20, 9:55pm - #254210 
Originally Posted by slidr
I believe there is a way to change it.

Something like the way you change it to unlock everything with only one touch of the unlock button, instead of two.

Probably something like pull the key out of the ignition a hundred times, and then shift into 3rd.


Problem is, it's not the stock alarm system, it's one the dealer installed (and they haven't sent me the damn manual for it yet!), so I don't even really know what it is.
It's from (or at least ensured by) National Security, but I can't find any info on them either tongue

I think I'll see if the dealership where I got it is on the way when I go to San Diego tomorrow. Else I'll wait til Monday and give them another call tongue

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Aug 21, 12:20am - #254211 
I had a problem with my alarm, too. If dealer installed, its probably a Pursuit alarm. Underneath the steering column, there is a valet button. Hold the button down while turning the ignition on. Jiggle the key a bit. Keep trying until you hear you alarm deactiviate. If theres no valet button, consult the manual, imo or call the dealer. thumbsup


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Aug 22, 10:22pm - #254212 
Ok, stopped by my dealer on the way to San D. and grabbed the installation manual.

I couldn't get most of the things to work (as I think something is wired wrong somewhere, the local dealer will be looking at it Friday). But it did show me the correct wire to unplug to keep the alarm from activating grin (after finding the damn box! tongue )


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Sep 23, 11:41pm - #450785 
News how to do it (disable the alarm)
I want to get it done aswell

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Sep 24, 9:05am - #450787 
SOLVED the problem was the fact that i was kipping myobile phone on the cupp holder between the seats
Probably the interferences was the main fault

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