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2003 mustang anit theft

The theft light is blinking and the car won't start. I don't have the owner manual. I have the top back and I can't let it up because the car won't start.

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  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2008

    I move my battery to the trunk and now my stang don't start theft light comes on

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Se te activo la alarma por que a la mejor se te bajo la bateria o se la quitaste
lo que necesitas es ir a con los que ponen el audio o con la agencia a que te de o quite la clave de la alarma

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

  • David Betancourt Sep 02, 2008

    intentalo y trata de revisar la bateria de vez en cuando

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