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      10-29-2012, 04:37 PM   #3
mfish123
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Originally Posted by BigBoosting View Post
I don't believe so.

The only way is to install the factory alarm, if your car is pre-wired for it then its a quick install and then code for it. For what its worth, before my car god coded for the oem alarm, one of the options that didn't work was the chirp.
I have heard that the coding is absolutely necessary for the chirp to work so that jives with what I've heard.

How much did you pay for coding? Did you have a dealer do it or can a forum member with a laptop and the right cable do it?
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