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Q: How do I use the panic alarm?

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How do I use the panic alarm?

A: The panic alarm is an important safety feat...

The panic alarm is an important safety feature that can draw attention to you if you feel threatened or in a dangerous situation. To use the panic alarm, simply press the Panic button on the remote entry transmitter. The alarm will turn off when you press the button again, or when you turn the ignition on.

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