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By unlocking the car using the remote control.By unlocking the car using the key in the driver's door (market dependent/programmable function). 2 times
Emergency Starting / Over-Ride the car: Can be used if the remote control has been lost or does not work and the alarm cannot be deactivated using the key (= function deselected).Unlock the driver's door using the key and open the door.The alarm goes off.Wait until the alarm stops, about 25 seconds. Start the car within 10 seconds of the alarm stopping.The emergency start can be used seven times in a row. The function is then blocked and the alarm can only be deactivated using a working remote control.The first time the emergency start is used the alarm must go off because of the open driver door'. The following 6 times the reason for the alarm can be any. The function is market dependent/programmable
Problem is the Alarm requires a Double Pulse from the Door Switch or Remote to DisArmYou will not be able to DisAble without extensive wiring around the Alarm Module to ByPass it, as a number of components go thru the Alarm Module(lights, Ignition, Horn, Door Locks, etc.)
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Letting the Alarm "time out" does nothing, so your effort was useless.
The Alarm can also be DisArmed by:Find the GREY/RED (-) wire , located at the Keyless Module, above the Hood Release, under driver dashSplice one end of a piece of wire to the GREY/RED (-) wireTouch the other end of the piece of wire to Ground - (chassis) 2 times.That will DisArm Alarm.If vehicle fails to DisArm, then the Alarm Module is defective, or a ground was not present.
It actually sounds like you have a starting problem that is "not" Alarm relatedYou need to verify Fuel Pump & Fuel Pump Pressure
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