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Old 02-23-09, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help!!! I want to disarm factory alarm for good!

Hey Fellas,

My 1994 Legend L has an OEM alarm that seems to go off when the wind blows. To make matters worse one of the keyless entry boxes stopped working (not the battery).
I just want to disarm the alarm for good.
Please help.

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That door lock actuator is your problem, it's malfunctioning and triggering the alarm. Replace it with a good one, and your alarm will work properly.
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Believe GrtOutdoorsAZ posted a solution. Basically there is a lever by your hood latch that tells the alarm if your hood is open or not, if you change the lever position by adjusting the bolts that hold it on you can make the alarm think the hood is open and it will not arm.
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^ i know that to be true because I have done it
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i thought all you had to do was put a paperclip in the hood latch switch and just tape it up??? which tricks it into thinking the hood is open.
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Worked perfect... Thank You

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Believe GrtOutdoorsAZ posted a solution. Basically there is a lever by your hood latch that tells the alarm if your hood is open or not, if you change the lever position by adjusting the bolts that hold it on you can make the alarm think the hood is open and it will not arm.
That did the trick. I did not care for repairing the alarm. I just wanted it to stop going off for good.

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