Q: How to disable alarm on a 97 acura rl

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How to disable car alarm
My car has an automatic transmission.

If you have a factory installed alarm system then you cannot disable it. If you have an aftermarket installed alarm system then it can be removed and connections cut restored to original configuration .

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