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  1. On long drives with my dogs I occasionally need to make a quick pit stop. Is there a way to lock them safely in the car for a minute or so without arming the alarm? (I don't want them to set it off accidentally). The "Valet" option seems like it might work, but I wondered if there is something simpler. 2016 Outback Limited with keyless access (no push button start). Thanks.
  2. Got a 98 Outback that didn't have remote keys from previous owner. Every once in a while, the alarm system (it's original Subaru, not aftermarket) seems to take on a life of its own and you have to use the bypass button underneath while turning key with clutch in. Then, it seems to kill battery once in a blue moon on top of that, which is a bigger nuisance. We don't need this stupid alarm system at all! From reading other posts, it might be a trip to dealer to disconnect it properly, or, if I'm reading one post correctly, a matter of separating and re-soldering the ignition feed wire which is wired to the little black box up above the clutch. The alarm horn, btw, had a cut black wire, so I just cut the red wire as well and taped both up. Maybe that was causing a periodic short that was setting it off and killing the battery?