how to disarm the alarm manually?

Asked by Jul 05, 2010 at 11:58 PM about the Chevrolet Spark

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi, need help. My remote is doesnt function anymore after i`ve change the battery, and now i cant unlock the car. I can unlock the car manually but the alarm will go off. Need help, does anyone knows where is the disarm button in the car. Please...anyone.

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There is no disarm button ,just remove wire from the battery ,single strip hook type will be there on the terminals . remove the small one .

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If that doesn't work, the dealer can re-program it with a tech 2 computer and the charge should be minimal. I hope this helps.

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I have a 2001 Chevy Suburban. Same problem. I ordered a remote on Amazon Prime, put on some noise canceling earphones and opened the door with the key...While the alarm is squealing and the kill switch is tripped, I went through the three armed monkey circus of programming a new remote. Once I exited the programming mode, I disarmed the alarm with the newly programmed remote. $18.99 Done! (Drops mic) You do have to have the key to program (google the programming, it's easy).

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