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How do you disconnect the alarm on a 2000 dodge stratus le

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how do you disconnect the alarm on a 2000 dodge stratus le
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Dodge
Expert:  Don 'Mo Lurch' replied 7 years ago.

The Factory Alarm should not be disconnected or removed, as there are components connected to it that will no longer function ( Lights, Door Locks, Horn, Ignition, etc.)

You can DisArm the Factory Alarm by:
Unlocking Driver or Passenger Door with Remote or Door Key.

Unlocking Trunk.


You can also DisArm by:
Find the Light GREEN / ORANGE wire in the Driver Kick Panel / Door Boot.
Connect one end of a 270 Ohm Resistor to the Light GREEN / ORANGE wire.
Connect the other end of the 270 Ohm Resistor to a toggle switch that is connected to a 5 amp Fused Input

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Soemone tried to break into the car, and i had to have a steering column, and ignition switch put in, since then the original key will not stop this problem, the door locks have been damaged and I cannot afford to have new doorlocks put in, everytime I start the car up the horn blows and the lights flash, i took the fuse out for the horn, but now the lights flash, now one of the headlights has gone out as a result of this, i cannot afford to pay the dodge dealer $139.00 an hour to resolve this problem, Is your answer the only way to resolve this inexpensively?
Expert:  Don 'Mo Lurch' replied 7 years ago.
Sorry my answer is not to your liking, but it is the only way, as the Alarm is not a seperate Module from the rest of the components going thru it...