Q: How do I engage the alarm system?

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How do I engage the alarm system?

The alarm system on your vehicle was designed to keep your vehicle safe and prevent theft. There are several different methods are arming and disarming the alarm system. To engage the alarm system.

  1. Turn the vehicle off, on auto mode, the alarm system is engaged when the vehicle is turned off.

  2. Unlocking the car with a coded key will turn the alarm off.

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