Question about 1999 Mercury Tracer
This car can be sitting with no one and noting around it to trigger it and the anti-theft alarm goes off. Can this be completely disconnected? My neighbors want to kill me.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Doing roadside assistance I have ran into this problem several times and if you look in your owners manual it will tell you how to reset it. Some of the cars you have to wait up to 10 min. with the key in the ignition and try again. The light will go out. READ carefully our owners manual.
Hope this helped....Kevin
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Most all alarm systems have various sensors for detecting such things as vibration, heat and or movement around your vehicle and so forth. If these sensors are set to sensitive and or are defective the alarm system will be more of a nuisance than a deterrent. Hope This Helps
If this is an OEM type of alarm you might want to contact your dealer for this information.
There are 2 sensors which you have to be aware of. One is under the hood and one is in the trunk. Disconnect the trunk sensor and check whether the car will function normal.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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