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Can I Disable My Own Car Alarm?

Every so often, my car won't start when I get in, and I will have to let it sit for awhilethen it will finally start up. Yesterday, it wouldn't start and the dome light wouldn't turn off either. It didn't start until my friend unhooked the battery for a few minutes, then reconnected it and started right up. I have been told by more than one mechanic that the problem is the car alarm, but nobody will disconnect it. I took the car to a dealer and was told it is against federal regulation for them to disconnect my alarm and they can fix whats wrong with it but not disconnect it. Now im frustrated. I can't keep driving it around, not knowing when it will decide not to start. So my question is, could I disconnect it easily myself? The alarm came with the car so if I can't disconnect it, is it expensive to fix? The car is a Monte Carlo. Please advise!


electric blanket are much more cheap and is very safe. I use to leave mine on (by accident) all the time. The only think you need to worry about in that case is burning out whatever it is that heats it. I think they are coils. Then all that would do just make it less hot.
Instant so far as observation has determined. gravity appears to be a non-native force acting within out universe, it does not obey the speed constraints of our universe. For instance, if we remove the sun as you suggest, there would be no delay in feeling the effects on earth, and actually the light would still continue to be felt here for roughly 8 minutes as you say. But the gravity would be instantly removed.
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Compare the Wattage between the two. The lower the cheaper. However, do bear in mind that you'll need to be actually lying under the blanket for it to have its effect. Also if there are other people in the same room, using the traditional heater may be much more cost effective.

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