How to disable security system on 2002 blazer,draining battery:(

Asked by Oct 26, 2012 at 08:02 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet Blazer LS 2-Door 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My blazer has a good battery but the security alarm is draining it..every morning i need a jump start. A blue light on the dash stays on once the car is stopped.how do i unplug it myself?

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GM has made the security system a part of most essential system the truck needs to run. Have someone who knows how to work a multimeter find where your current draw is. Or unhook your battery every night. Going dead often can kill a battery all on it's own. Maybe the battery cant keep a charge?

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Blue???? GM security is red. Does it have an aftermarket security system? Did someone install a flashing blue light to look like an alarm?

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I don't know..I bought it from a guy a month ago..there's a Blue light on dash that turns on and stays on when I turn the key off.

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where is the blue light located that turns on?

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