Question about 2005 Ford Escape
That is what it does ... it is telling those who might be interested in stealing your car that the alarm is active ... I guess you could have it removed ... but why would you do that? If I were going to steal a car ... I'd be interested in targeting a car that didnt have a alarm on it ... If yo remove it ... you will be making your car a more attractive target to be taken ...
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
The blinking light is an LED, so it does not use up very much power.
However it does use power, and so do remotes.
So of you leave the car for a week or so, you should disconnect the battery.
Security systems and remotes are a really bad idea in cars, because cars freeze, bounce, condense, roast, etc., and none of these systems can hold up long in that environment.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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