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Old 04-28-2006, 01:37 PM   #1
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My alarm will go off sometimes even though I dont lock it, I forget what they are called but I removed one module under passenger hush panel if I remove other will it disconnect alarm totally.It only goes off rarely but is a pain.
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If you remove the wrong thing...nothing will happen when you turn the key..
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Mr Bill you are correct. I was talking about rac module I think they are called, I thought there is 2 .Anyways Ill look for it and remove see what happens.Who knows maybe I am talking about something else.
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If you have any symptoms we can probably help you fix it instead of complete removal and loss of features.
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I already went for the fix and thought it was but alarm would go off whenever I open door and I just dont lock it cause 2 doors wont open so I prefer a disconnect, i dont want to take doors apart again, I have 3 cars that I fix everyday.
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the alarm module is above the drivers hush panel, way up behind the steering wheel. its a PITA to get to.
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