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My 1999 Lincoln Continental Alarm goes off while car is locked for no reason at all. Sometimes in the middle of the night which the neighbors don't appreciate. How can I correct this problem or how can I shut off alarm system but still be able to lock car ?? Please Advise Dan Keller

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I had the same problem. My trunk sensor was the culprit. Disconnected it and it quit.

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  • gotchahooked Aug 29, 2010

    My lincoln is doing the same thing. Where exactly is the trunk sensor?

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