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I read that there are dipswitches in the ecu located under the left side back seat in my 92 convertible. Flipping #1 to off silences the chirp. When I remove the T30 holding the ecu bracket to the steel subfloor, removing the ecu is next to impossible with all the attached wiring and add-on modules in place. Compounding the task is the carpet and underlayment preventing removal of that unit. Are the dipswitches hidden inside that thing and do I really need to pull seats, carpet and underlayment out to get in there?
Can't I just unplug the siren? That's the source of the chirp isn't it? the saabguard alarm is not that big a deal to me. Just want the quiet when I trigger the remote. Flashing lights is fine.
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