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Q: How do I arm and disarm the alarm System?

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How do I arm and disarm the alarm System?

For the protection of your truck, it is equipped with an alarm System. This alarm System will sound if anyone tries to break into your vehicle. To arm and disarm the alarm System.

  1. Press the Lock button on your key fob or press the Door Lock button in the vehicle or hold down both the 7-8 and 9-0 button on they keyless entry keypad to arm the system.

  2. Press the Unlock button on your key fob or turn the vehicle on or unlock the doors with the keyless entry keypad.

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