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Q: How do I turn on panic mode?

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How do I turn on panic mode?

To turn on panic mode, press the panic button on the remote transmitter. When panic mode is turned on, the horn will honk and the lights will flash for roughly 30 seconds. To turn off panic mode, press any button on the remote transmitter, or insert the key into the ignition and turn the ignition to On.

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