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Q: Factory Anti-theft alarm no power, no honk

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How can I disarm or deactivate factory Anti-theft alarm no power, no honk. There is no kill switch or valet button.

My car has 165000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: Hello. You cannot remove a factory alarm sy...

Hello. You cannot remove a factory alarm system if it is built into and an integral part of the engine ECM or body control module. You could try to pull the fuse for this by following the car’s wiring diagram and removing the fuse for the anti-theft system.

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