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The horn goes off when I turn the key in the ignition

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More then likely the horn ring under the steering wheel is bad or a piece is touching you will have to pull the steering wheel and replace ring or something could have gotten in the gap you might stick something small in there and see in the gap between the steering wheel and the coulum

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I need to program a new fob. am reusing the old key! can you help?

  1. Turn the ignition to ON, then wait 10 minutes for the next step in the programming sequence.
  2. After the 10 minutes has elapsed, the car horn will chirp once. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position within 5 minutes after the horn has sounded, then to the ON position within 5 seconds after switching it OFF.
  3. Leave the key to the ON position for 10 minutes . After the 10 minutes has elapsed, the car horn will chirp twice. Turn the ignition switch to the OFF position within 5 minutes after the horn has sounded, then to the ON position within 5 seconds after switching it OFF.
  4. Leave the key to the ON position for 10 minutes . After the 10 minutes has elapsed, the car horn will chirp 3 times.
  5. Verify that the security indicator in the instrument cluster has stopped flashing and attempt to start the vehicle.
  6. Turn the ignition to OFF and remove the key from the ignition switch.
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My theft light on my 1998 Lincoln Navigator is on and the car won't start.

Deactivating/activating the autolock feature...
Before following the procedure, make sure that the ignition is OFF and all vehicle doors and the liftgate window are closed.
You must complete steps 1-5 within 30 seconds or the procedure will have to be repeated. If the procedure needs to be repeated, you must wait 30 seconds.
1. Turn the ignition key to ON.
2. Press the power door unlock control three times.
3. Turn the ignition key from ON to OFF.
4. Press the power door unlock control three times.
5. Turn the ignition back to ON. The horn will chirp.
6. Press the unlock control, then press the lock control. The horn will
chirp once if autolock was deactivated or twice (one short and one long
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7. Turn the ignition to OFF. The horn will chirp once to confirm the
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Also, if your vehicle is equipped with a coded-key anti-theft system. Only the correct key will be able to start your vehicle. If your keys are lost or stolen, you must take your vehicle to a Ford/Lincoln-Mercury dealership for re-programming.
Programming additional keys If you need additional keys electronically coded for your vehicle, spares can be purchased (a maximum of 16 keys can be programmed). To program a new key, perform the following procedure:
1. With the coded key in the ignition, turn the ignition from ON to OFF.
2. Within 15 seconds of turning ignition off, insert the new coded key
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for all new keys.
If key coding fails, the THEFT indicator light will flash.
Coding failure can be caused by any of the following:
² The new key was not inserted into the ignition within 15 seconds.
² 16 keys have already been programmed.
² The new key does not have an electronic code.

Other details can find in the 1998-Lincoln-Navigator-Owners-Manual

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