Mitsubishi Diamante: Factory Security Alarm will not go Off

Alarm started honking and now will not go OFF

Is there any way to disconnect the Alarm from vehicle.

Practically  there is no way to disconnect the alarm on this car effectively, as the majority of the alarm is located in the ETACS module which controls numerous other devices (locks, clock, wipers, turn signals....about anything that requires timing).

There is no permanent way to disconnect the alarm from your Mitsubishi vehicle.
If you cut the alarm wires the alarm will stop honking.But many other features will also stop,which are directly or indirectly connected to alarm system.

But there are few methods to disarm the Alarm without cutting or any modification.First try that safety methods:----

There are two ways to turn off the alarm in the event of the fob being missing.
1) First method is of  using the key to unlock the doors while the alarm is going off. That is the standard method for disarming, however will not work if the key switches are worn out, etc.

2) The second method is only endorsed as a last resort method if there is no fob and the key disarm is not working, as it can pop a fuse.
These method is small procedure to start and end with.

To do the second method, disconnect the negative battery cable, insert the key into the ignition and turn it to ON. Reconnect the negative battery terminal. This should power the car up with the alarm disabled.

If this method does not work, unless you have an add-on aftermarket alarm there is a high probability that something is wrong with the wiring.
The wiring from ETACS module has to be checked.

These details will help.

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