Remove the fuse. There is no fuse for the alarm. It would have to be disconnected from under the hood. see your local Chrysler dealer.
The factory alarm is an integral part of the engine and body computers. It can not be disconnected.
No, the alarm will not affect the trans.
The alarm is controlled by the engine and body computers, there isn't an individual fuse.
The factory alarm does not have separate fuses. It is run by the engine and body computers.
The factory alarm is part of the engine and body computers, it can not be disconnected.
The 1998 Chrysler Sebring has a timing belt.
It can not be disabled. It is reset by unlocking as door with a key, or with the remote.
The alarm is reset by unlocking the doors with a key or the remote.The alarm is reset by unlocking the doors with a key or the remote.
The factory alarm can not be disabled. It is reset by unlocking the car with the remote or with the key in the door.
Take out the horn relay switch in an emergency. Without the alarm sounding off you can actually start to think...um...
Chrysler does not use reset buttons.
yes i believe it does
Chrysler does not use inertia or reset switches.
The alarm is part of the programming of the body computer and engine computer. The body computer is under the dash on the driver side and the engine computer is under the hood.
It is inside the fuel tank.
It is in the fuel tank.