1996 Volkswagen Jetta AFTERMARKET ALARM BYPASS

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  • 1996 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA
  • 2.0L
  • 4 CYL
  • 2WD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 101,000 MILES
ALL OF A SUDDEN MY ALARM KEEPS GOING OFF AND IN DOING SO MY CAR WILL NOT START BECAUSE THE CAR THINKS ITS BEING STOLEN AN MUST BE ENGAGING SOME SORT OF KILL SWITCH. APPARENTLY THIS IS A COMMON PROBLEM WITH VOLKSWAGEN JETTAS SO I WENT ON YOUTUBE TO TRY TO FIND SOME INFORMATIONAL VIDEOS ON HOW TO BYPASS THE ALARM. I FOUND A FEW BUT IN THE VIDEOS EVERY CAR HAD A FACTORY INSTALLED ALARM BUT MINE IS AFTERMARKET INSTALLED BY THE DEALERSHIP SO WHEN I TOOK THE DASH APART MY WIRING LOOKED NOTHING LIKE WHAT WAS ON THE VIDEO. THE VIDEO TELLS ME TO LOOK FOR A BLACK BOX WITH TWO PLUGS ONE IS A TEN PLUG AND THE OTHER IS A SIX PLUG BUT MY CAR HAS NIETHER OF THESE. I DID WATCH ANOTHER VIDEO OF A GUY HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM AS ME AND HE WAS ALSO HAVING TROUBLE WITH WHICH WIRES TO BYPASS CUZ HE ALSO HAD THE SAME AFTERMARKET WIRING PROBLEM IM HAVING BUT THE VIDEO ENDS WITH HIM ASKING IF ANYONE OUT THERE KNOWS HOW TO BYPASS THE AFTERMAKET ALARM AND NOBODY ANSWERED. SO I NEED TO KNOW EXACTLY WHAT IM LOOKING FOR AND WHICH WIRES NEED TO BE SPLICED I DONT CARE IF THE ALARM NEVER WORKS AGAIN I JUST NEED MY CAR TO START SO I CAN GOTO WORK AND SUPPORT MY KIDS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME CONCERNING THIS MATTER. AND IM SORRY IM UNAVAILABLE TO MAKE A DONATION AT THIS TIME BUT I WILL IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
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Saturday, January 25th, 2014 AT 8:16 AM

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If it is an aftermarket alarm system, and your vehicle has no factory alarm system that the aftermarket one has been integrated into, Just simply remove the aftermarket alarm. You will probably have to splice a couple of wires back together, but not a big deal. They can easily be rejoined with butt connectors. Remove the alarm-remove the problem. Hope this helps, Doc DTC
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