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I am unfamiliar with the Karr Alarm system, but many alarms have a "starter interrupt" for anti-theft purposes. If you just remove the alarm ECU and associated wiring, and it was wired with a starter interrupt, you will not be able to start the vehicle.


How to remove dealer installed "KARR" alarm. For those of you who purchased your Honda but declined on the dealer installed "KARR" alarm system, you may have noticed the system is still installed on the car but not activated. This post is for those who wish to remove this sometimes poorly installed aftermarket system.


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This is the KARR alarm system in it's entirety: There was one installed on my salvage car when I got it. It took about 30 minutes to remove it.


KARR Full Featured Auto Security is SWDS’ proprietary security program, designed to be a full-service solution available at the time of vehicle purchase or any later date. With KARR Full Featured Auto Security, dealers and their customers get more than a security program.


Karr Alarm Systems offers anti-theft alarms for cars that are outfitted with technological features designed to minimize theft. Karr systems incorporates older, traditional anti-theft security features, such as alarms, steering wheel locks and engine cut-off mechanisms, and it combines them with GPS tracking to allow car owners to track any cars that are stolen.


Searched, but found little. My 06 came with the Karr 4040a brand alarm, which I guess improves on the stock one (?). Well, I hate the crap out if it because it 1) honks every time you lock or unlock it, and that is loud and annoying and conflicts with the supertones I wanted, and 2) the auto locking feature is really annoying and unnecessary, and 3) the bright blue flashing light combined with ...

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KARR Security Systems 26022 Pala Mission Viejo, CA 92691 1 [800] 395-KARR (A Product Of SouthWest Dealer Services) Page 8 Form No. THE SYSTEM (PASSIVE): 1. Turn the ignition key off, exit the vehicle, and close all doors. 2. The L.E.D. will begin to flash rapidly, indicating that the system is automatically