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Old 08 July 2011, 02:58 PM
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Hi,

Any help would be appreciated.
I have MY00 classic fitted with a sigma alarm and immobiliser, and would like to know how to disconnect the whole lot from my vehicle, for example, what needs removing and where is it, and what wires need cutting/ joining and their locations?!
I have had nothing but problems with the alarm system going off all the time for no reason, so i disconnected the actual alarm months ago so it doesnt make such a racket, but now ive managed to loose my keyfob and cant even start my own car! subaru startin in powick are a pain in the *** and want me to go in with the car to type in the override code, then force me to pay a ridiculous amount for a new fob and programming. NAH THANKS MATE!
my car is always kept in a garage and alarm and immobiliser dont make a pennys difference in my area, so id rather just get rid, but what needs do i need to do to bypass this entire system and just have my car lol

cheers for any help!
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Old 19 July 2011, 12:00 PM
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Take the bottom half of the dash off under the steering wheel, there is a little steel box witht he alam unit inside it. take the plug out of it and join the wired together that are near the same colours. Helps to get the sigma wiring diagram, had the exact same problem with mine. Ideally you can leave the plug in and just join the starter motor and fuel pump wires together this bypasses the alarm and will start like normal on the key.
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Old 19 July 2011, 12:01 PM
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the 2 wires for the starter will be either both black or dark purple i think the fuel pump wires are pink and pink and black stripe.
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Old 19 July 2011, 12:55 PM
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Better sending pms dont u think.
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Old 20 July 2011, 01:44 AM
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cheers mate for the info! fortunatley found the keyfob in the end, in the most perculier place - behind my front dash console - id somehow left it there when i was fitting my turbo timer in the dash lol. ill be taking it out soon anyway to save time though so cheers!
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