Question about 2006 Ford Mustang
There should be a alarm by-pass (red button under the dash) located on the drivers side above the brake or clutch (if equipted) peddle. Opening the door (as you probably already found out) will set the alarm off, so it's a good idea to let you neibours know what you are doing so the police are not called on you. Once pressing that button, the alarm and the ignition lockouts will be off and will need to be reset before you can arm it again.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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