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I have a 1998 stepside chevy that a cousin gave to me...I've been gone a couple of years and the battery ran down. Upon charging, the existing aftermarket alarm ( carbine plus 4000) has activated and won't let me start the truck. Can anyone tell me how to disconnect it?

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The biggest mistake the past owner made was putting all that crap on.  Yanking all the wires could possibly set the truck to never want to start.  Best bet is to start doing some research and get an idea of the system.  Call the numbers on it maybe.  Once you get it running and unlocked I would definitely remove it.  

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Yeah, I wouldn’t yank the wires either but I would think that you could find a reputable shop that could remove it.

Is there an LED indicator on that box? The instruction manual gives some information for the light, at least you might better understand what the box is doing right now.



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