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I just found out my car had an alarm system but was disconnected and i connected it and now car wont start even if i disconnect it again

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Last ditch effort , disconnect the battery and wait 10 minutes and hope your system re sets itself , not knowing what make your car is , makes this hard to answer, or if it was a factory alarm or aftermarket ,,,, If its a factory alarm, you can do this Open the door with the key. (the alarm will sound but ignore that)
Close the doors, put the key in the ignition
Turn everything off that takes power when you got the ignition on.
Turn the key into first position (IIRC) the alarm will go off again, but still ignore that.
Then sit back and relax for exactly 15minutes, without touching anything nor opening any doors.
Then turn off the ignition.
That's it. Your alarm is now disabled.
Start the car and enjoy.

Posted on Jul 11, 2011

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