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Q: How do I sound the alarm with the wireless remote control?

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How do I sound the alarm with the wireless remote control?

A: You can use the wireless remote control sys...

You can use the wireless remote control system to sound your vehicle’s panic alarm. To sound the alarm, simply press and hold the alarm button on the wireless remote when you are within range of the vehicle. The alarm will sound within a few seconds.

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You can turn off the alarm at any point by pressing any button on the wireless remote control.

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