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How do you temporary disable car alarm on a 2000 Dodge Intrepid you lost your remote and decided to do with out it Today your husband put in a new battery and enabled the alarm Now car wont start?

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2008-09-02 00:04:43
2008-09-02 00:04:43

pull out the fuse for the alarm and that will disable the alarm then just start it up Try unlocking the drivers door with the key, there should be a switch on the back of the key cylinder to turn alarm off.

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