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How to Disable and/or Remove Viper Alarm so I can start my damn car!

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Old 11-03-03, 11:00 PM
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How to Disable and/or Remove Viper Alarm so I can start my damn car!

I believe the Viper "Starter Disable" is preventing me from starting my car. I can't use the code to disable the Alarm, it's not working....where would I look if I wanted to totally cut the alarm so it couldn't disable my starter....

I just installed my engine and the alarm is being gay...

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Old 11-04-03, 10:06 AM
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The Viper doesn't have starter disable. That's the stock alarm. Trace the wires. You just need to remove the two connected to the starter wire (ignition switch), and connect the car side of the two together. Then the ignition switch will control the starter again, without interferance.
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Where is this stock alarm located for me to start tracing the wires, I have no clue, lol.
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