Car alarms have their place, but on 20 year and older cars Kent is not so sure... When they get that old they can get very tempermental and will usually go off when you least expect it and in places that can cause great embarrassment. It is possible to disconnect the alarm system safely without affecting other systems if done properly. On some models it is fairly easy, on other models that have a starter circuit interrupter it is more difficult.
This downloadable 8 page illustrated booklet covers the procedures to deactivate the alarm yourself. The manual may be short but it is long in information that could save you lots of headaches and a bunch of $$$ if you took your car to a shop to get the alarm working again.
On most 1993 and later models you will have to remove the instrument cluster to complete the procedure. This will require having instrument cluster removal tools, look below to order.
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