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Hello and Welcome to JustAnswer, My name is XXXXX XXXXX I will be assisting you.. The only way to disarm the Crossfire is with a Remote or a Valid key being in the Ignition.. There is no way to permanently disable the alarm.. If the alarm sounds at various times the best way to see what triggered it is to have it scanned by a Dealership with the DRBIII.. They can go in and see what triggered the alarm last.. It could be a:FALSE GLOVE BOX SWITCH SIGNAL FALSE LIFTGATE LOCK SWITCH SIGNAL FALSE HOOD AJAR SWITCH SIGNAL FALSE LEFT DOOR AJAR SWITCH SIGNAL FALSE RIGHT DOOR AJAR SWITCH SIGNAL FALSE IGNITION SWITCH SIGNAL FALSE BRAKE LAMP SWITCH SIGNAL FALSE ANTI-THEFT TOW SENSOR SIGNAL INTERMITTENT CONDITION
The dealership will be able to find it and repair it...If you have anymore questions, feel free to ask.. Thanks Brad!!!
Thank you Brad. I will save this link. my printer isn't working. Maybe I can peruse through it and find where those fuses are and I'll have to take the car in for the other, the fuel pump or electrical sensor. Thanks for the info about the clutch, I thought I didn't need to push it in all the way like the said as long as the gears don't grind but my last straight shift was a 86 celica and it shifted so easy it was like driving an autumatic. I've had 4 in the floors three on the tree and about every kind of transmission you can imagine and this is the only one that gave me trouble finding the gears sometimes. sometimes it shifts easy. Thanks for the link, I will use it as soon as I can. thank you, Tess