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Disable OEM alarm: 99 GMC yukon denali

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cyanideg 
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I need to know how to disable my OEM alarm on my 99 GMC yukon denali. I would like to keep the keyless entry though as well. Can anyone tell me what wires I need to cut, or which fuses to pull? One of my door jam switches is malfunctioning and I dont know which one it is, so I wanna kill the alarm all together.  Cant find any info in my service manual,.,.,

Looked at this but I an no engineer..

http://www.the12volt.com/wireinfo/volt.asp?Year=1999&Make=GMC&Model=Denali&Table=Security

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usually, to disable OEM temporarily (no need for permanent), you need you pulse a trigger (positive or neg) to the disarm wire.
on ur application, youll need a relay to send a positive to the disarm wire.
what kind of alarm do you have?
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