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    Nov 1, 2006, 04:47 PM
    2001 Hyundai Sonata Color Coded Wiring Diagram
    Bought 2001 Hyundia Sonata 4 cyl with 26k miles, w/ blown head gasket, replaced engine, found that it needed an ECM (computer), replaced it. Car starts up, runs a couple of seconds-makes a chirping sound and shuts off. (have no key fob)
    Assume the alarm module is bad (apparently car was under water) How can I disable the alarm? Donít care about security, just want it to start and run. I canít find a color coded wiring diagram.

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