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Old 08-11-2006, 02:20 AM
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Question How do I disable the factory alarm on a '00 Accord?

My 2000 Accord EX-v6 has a Viper alarm which has a remote. I bought the car recently from a dealership without the factory alarm remote or a manual. Just today as I was unlocking my doors to go home, my horn started blowing and lights started flashing. The only thing I was able to do was pull the fuse for my horn so it would be quiet. I have no idea what else to do but take it to a dealership and drop out. Someone PLEASE email me and help me out!
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Old 08-11-2006, 02:57 AM
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There isin't a fuse for the alarm?

Our aftermarket alarm does

edit: nvm....
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I'm confused.....does it have a Viper alarm or a factory one? To add one, wouldn't they have to disable the other....?
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Stick the key in the driver's and turn it to the unlock position. That will turn it off. Don't know how to permenantly disable.
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Look for a black box under the dash next to the steering column labeled (Honda Security System), if you don't see a switch, you can pull the conncetor that is plugged into it.

This is what i know from the 2001 Accord we previously had. Yours may be different...

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