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Does the 1999 Lincoln town car come with a factory installed alarm?

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i thought it did but it don't. it has a "panic button" that makes the car alarm sound.it's just keyless entry and pop-trunk. i thought it did but it don't. it has a "panic button" that makes the car alarm sound.it's just keyless entry and pop-trunk.

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