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Car starter on Lincoln mkx won't start and honks 6 times .... What does that mean

It is a factory remote start and there is nothing in the user manual for this...?

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6 honks is in valet mode
put ignition key to ON position, press and hold brake, press remote start 3 times. it will honk to let you know it is out of valet mode.

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