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Q: Do I need to program the Sentry Key immobilizer system?

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Do I need to program the Sentry Key immobilizer system?

The Sentry Key immobilizer system is a security feature in your car. The system disables the engine if an unauthorized key is used to try and start the vehicle. This helps keep your vehicle from being stolen. The Sentry Key immobilizer system does not need to be programmed or set; it is automatically activated and cannot be deactivated.

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