The likely reason why the alarm in a 1999 Lincoln Continental goes off on hot days is because warm air flow triggers the sensors. You can deactivate the alarm by unlocking the car.
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What is your problem? Is it because the alarm goes off for no reason? If it is I had the same problem and can help you.
Something wrong with your alarm system, like not working maybe.
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We had that problem and it was a sensor in the trunk that triggered the alarm when the temperature good to low (cold). We ended up disengaging the trunk sensor.
If you have a remote that locks & unlocks your antitheft system it could be as simple as resetting your remote, I had a similar experience.
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try cleaning the contacts on the back of the panel, in order to do this you have to take off the front itself and with a toothpick clean the connections. this should solve your challenge.
LOL! I would ask the question why the heck would you need an alarm on a 1984 Lincoln grand marquis?? :O
im going to need a little more info. than that. r u turning it in th door or the ignition? put it in the door to turn off alarm ( drivers Side).
If you just want to shut off the alarm pull the wire off the sensor at the oil filter housing and ground it to the engine, this will silence the alarm but not fix your oil pressure issue.
under the hood in the relay pannel box are 2 dioeds (look like fueses but black) my 99 continental would do the same thing,drove me crazy. replaced the dioed,hasent done it since.
If it is a factory alarm then shut all the doors, and use the key to lock and unlock all the doors.
To reset the alarm system on a 1999 Lincoln Town car without the use of a key fob the brain must be deactivated. Find the brain and unplug it.
that light is for the factory keyless entry and starter disable.once it's enabled if someone breaks in you car and tries to hotwire or jimmy the ignition it automactically disables it. but it's not a car alarm!
AnswerLincoln ls have sensors on the doorso unless you literally break the window and climb in and out through the window the alarm would sound off.
The factory alarm is armed
A loose wire to the alarm, either power or ground, an inline fuse may be blown, or the unit itself could have malfunctioned
it might be a malfunction or someone has whacked it with their fist
Yes, cut the red wire.
it did on my 95 town car...
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The key for the door must be put in the door and unlock it. On my Lincoln the driver side lock is messed up so i lock the passenger side door and use the key to unlock it and the alarm goes off. If it does not stop disconect the battery.
That would be an alarm the horn is behind the grill