Question about Ford Explorer
The antitheft/alarm has been triggered and it has cut power to the engine. If it's an aftermarket alarm then only the ones that have installed it know how you can disarm it - but probably will have a valet switch under the dash, press it.
If it's the original one then you need to turn the key in the drivers door all the way to the left and keep it there till the alarm stops.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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