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Bypassing or removing the alarm on your Chinese UTV.

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PostBlackScorpion on Sun 29 Dec 2013, 12:00 am

Here is all you have to do to bypass/remove the alarm.
There are two plugs that go to the alarm box. One is a two wire (both white) that goes to the siren (unplug that first!!! wow its loud) Unplug the second larger one as well. The longer black wire with a cap on end is the antenna.
The second larger plug has 4 wire connections:
Red -(12v constant hot for alarm power)
Black - (Ground for alarm)
Green *
White *


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With the alarm box unplugged completely and nothing altered you should be able to turn key on and be able to turn the engine over...but have no spark.
If you bridge the Green and White wires at the plug you will now have spark and be able to start the engine.

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**IMPORTANT NOTE**
On the Odes 150 blade - we jumped the Pink & Purple (Alarm cable) or Green and Brown (150 cable) - I wasn't going to cut the alarm so I cut the alarm side instead and just used the pink & purple cable.

Maybe changed colors for 2012? In any case, thanks for post Tuc0 - I just checked your post and guided me where I needed to go!


Wire colors are probably different on many of the 150s. Easiest way to figure out what wires you are looking for is to determine which are the power & ground wires (most likely the red and black wires) and the remaining two are the ones you want to connect to each other.

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