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Close any open doors, and lock them all from the driver's door. You should hear the other doors locking when you turn the key in the driver's door. Check the other doors to make sure the lock indicators are in the "Locked" position.
Wait at least 15 seconds. Then, unlock the driver's door with the key. This should disable the alarm.
Take your car to the Saab dealership if the alarm engages even with the car unlocked. That likely means there is a contact inside the lock on the driver door that is faulty.
Well I believe you are asking other ways to disable the alarm.
Your alarm should reset after 1-2 minutes.
If this is an aftermarkert alarm you will have a fuse that you can pull to disable the alarm either under the hood or under the dash. Some will have a toggle under the dash.
If this is a factory alarm look in the owners manual or check with your local dealer service department for which fuse to pull.
Usually all you have to do is to take the key and lock and unlock the door.
Hope this answer is to your needs.
Did you check the start relay for voltage? Ohms reading?
If I remember correctly the circuit goes like this: Key turns ignition switch which puts voltage to the start relay which engages the solenoid. So if it isn't even clicking and your headlights seem to be working fine then it is either the ignition switch or the start solenoid coil. On older Fords the start solenoid used to be remote mounted on a fender. I heard newer Ford vehicles had it integrated with the starter like GM does. A quick visual inspection will tell you which and where you need to look. You might check if there is a fuse for that as well.
Is this a factory installed alarm system? If so, unlocking the driver door with the key will allow the car to start. If not then you will have to remove the aftermarket alarm system to start the car.
If you have a factory alarm system you can get a new FOB (key chain alarm button) from a ford dealer, but it must be programmed using a scanner , before it will work in your vehicle.
This means that your key is not being recogonized.Ethier the chip in the key is bad or the patts transciever at the lock cylinder. Do you have a spare key? If not you will have to get 2 new keyss cut and programmed.
No you will need the key with the chip in it or the truck will not run. The key has a transmitter in it and when you put it in the ignition it sends a freqwency out and that is how the truck starts or dosent get stolen if ya dont got the key.
THE THEFT ALARM WILL NOT ALARM THE VEHICLE TO CRANK OVER, ITS SOMETHING MECHANICAL JUST OCCURED AT THE TIME U INSTALLED THE RADIO, THE FACTORY SYSTEM IS BUILT INTO THE KEY FOR FORDS, TRY THE SPARE KEY,CHECK ALL FUSES UNDER THE HOOD AND UNDER THE DASH U MAY HAVE BROWN A FUSE AS WELL