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If you connect the battery and jumper cables now, there is no electrical power to the car at all?
With the jumper cables off the car, turn the ignition switch to run. Then, hook up the jumper cables and turn the ignition switch off, then try to start the car. You may have to let it charge a bit before you can actually start the car, but lets try this to see if we can get the alarm off.
Please try this and let me know.
Ok, that being the case let me give you an option #2.
Once hooked up, if the alarm is going off, cycle the ignition key from off to on 3 times, this should turn the alarm off.
As long as it's the factory alarm either of these options should work.
You are very welcome, this should get you going then!
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I was wondering how you made out with this?