I've recently acquired a '93 XLT from my father... basically a "if you can fix it, you can have it" type of thing. He had already bought a new Ranger and was going to scrap it so this winter I gave it a new lease on life by dropping the transmission myself and put a new clutch slave in it. The thing is loaded... it seems to have every option except an automatic transmission. The only one I don't want is the factory alarm system. It goes through phases where it seems to have a mind of its own, honking and flashing for no apparent reason at the most random of times. I live in an apartment now and don't want to give my crotchety neighbors an excuse to complain. I don't need an alarm... nobody would want to steal this pile and I live in a relatively safe area as well. I remember my father having similar problems with it even when the truck was new, so he stopped using the keyless entry. The alarm never went off once afterward. The "Anti-Theft" light would flash when a door was open but otherwise it would never stay on. Now after it's been sitting dead for a year or so, the Anti-Theft light stays on if I lock the doors with the interior button or the remote, and the sporadic alarm problem has come back. My dad doesn't remember how he prevented it from arming 15 years ago.. he thought he just stopped using the remote to lock it but that's not working for me, because it arms even if I just use the power lock switch on the door. The only way the light doesn't stay on is if I manually lock each door individually, which is a pain. So how do I keep this alarm system from arming itself? I've done alot of searching on here, and found alot of people with similar problems, but not a definitive solution. I read something about the module being in the rear kick panel, and will look there and play with that tomorrow, but was hoping for a little more insight as well. I'd like to keep the keyless entry if possible, but am willing to live without it if it's integrated into the alarm system. Any ideas?