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My Viper alarm for my Ford Ranger has been disconnected

I would not have a problem with no alarm system but I'm pretty sure that the mechanic who i got the truck from didn't connect the system properly because my door ajar is randomly engaging even when the only two doors are disengaged.

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Yes the viper alarm needs to be serviced to prevent false alarms. Go to the nearest Ford Dealership. You could ruin the system permanently if you mess with it yourself

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