The easiest way to disarm the 1997 Ford Expedition factory alarm is to remove the fuse. The location of the fuse can be found on the inside cover of the fuse box.
To Diable: The Jeep dealership states that there is no way of disabling the factory alarm for this model. To Diarm: If a remote is not available or doesn't work: stick the key in the door and turn it, if that does not work disconnect the battery for about 10 minutes. Reconnect the battery and try the key again. Hopefully this works for you (only worked half the time for me).
In the mid-80's, a group of Spanish makers formed a conglomerate called DIARM which eventually failed. Gorosabel was one of the small makers and had a pretty good reputation.
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This is a tough one, appearently Aya shotguns below serial number 600,000 were made by Diram S.A., which was a conglormerate of diff. firearms manuf. put togeather by the Spanish gov. in an attempt to get them more competitive in the world market. It was not very successful. Many of these firearms were imported and sold by American Arms who, I believe, is no longer in the import business. Diarm S.A. is still in the firearms business, I think, but makes firearms under their own name only. Best quess for AYA s/n 398533 is sometime in the late 1980's
Running. Without a doubt, getting away from the threat is the best option. Being able to avoid the threat before it is an issue is even better.If you are looking for what martial art to take, the most important aspect is the one you will study seriously and for the requisite amount of time.If there is no way to avoid conflict krav maga, if you can find it, is probably the best form of self defence for todays society. Krav maga is the official self defence of Isralie defence force. It teaches you to diarm men with modern day weapons like guns.
The firm of Victor Sarasqueta was founded in 1883 and received a Royal Warrant as a purveyor to the King of Spain in 1902. The firm concentrated primarily on side by side double shotguns of British design. Boxlock guns of Anson & Deely pattern and sidelock guns of Holland & Holland pattern were produced. Don Victor's firm also built a sidelock action over & under shotgun which appears similar to the British Woodward action. The company also produced SxS double rifles in African calibers for dangerous game. A single barrel sidelock action trapgun was offered during the 1950's. Following World War 2, many Eibar based gunmakers, including Victor Sarasqueta, engaged in volume production of guns which were built to a price required by North American importers and major sporting goods retailers. Throughout its history, the firm continued to produce higher quality bespoke guns according to a client's personal specifications for weight, stock dimensions, barrel length, choke, rib type, etc. The top of the line Models 12E and 206E featured elaborate deep chisled engraving on the frame and breech end of the barrels. Other models featured traditional Churchill, Holland or Purdey engraving patterns. The 1970's and 80's saw a major downturn in business for Spanish gunmakers. During this time, Victor Sarasqueta, S.A. was reorganized as Victor Sarasqueta Rifles y Escopetas Especiales, S.A. A number of models were discontinued and the production range was reduced to two boxlock models and eight sidelock shotgun and three sidelock double rifle models. In the mid-1980's, the firm became part of the ill-fated Diarm group which tried to consolidate several Spanish gunmaking firms into one company. The Diarm firm closed their doors in the late 1980's ending a chapter in Spanish gunmaking. The Victor Sarasqueta firm should not be confused with the firms of J.J. Sarasqueta or Felix Sarasqueta, both of which survived the 1980's. VS7E
It is my understanding that J.J. Sarasqueta remains in business ( address: P.O. Box 46, 20600 Eibar, Guipuzcoa, Spain Fax: 943 20 83 46 ). They produce a range of moderate priced SxS shotguns. Their top of the line SxS had deep relief engraving of the sidelocks, frame and breech end of the barrels apparently copied from the higher quality Victor Sarasqueta Model 12 and 206E. The Victor Sarasqueta firm went out of business during the 1980's along with the Diarm group. It appears that J.J. Sarasqueta acquired the rights to produce a sidelock O/U design (with coil mainsprings) from the Saraugarte firm when the latter firm reorganized to become Keman, S.A.. Keman now produces high end Boss actioned O/U's which many claim to be the equal of Perazzi. Most J.J. Sarasqueta products were field grade SxS's. They did, however, produce a Model 150T SxS Trap grade with a vent rib and O/U sidelock Trap and Skeet grades based on the Saraugarte design. AYA also offered what appeared to be an identical O/U design, not to be confused with AYA's earlier Models Coral boxlock O/U, 37 and Augusta sidelock O/U's. Hope this info helps. VS7E