Kill switch or Way to reset anti theft lock?

Asked by May 20, 2017 at 01:06 AM about the 2011 Ford Fusion SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is there a kill switch on Ford Fusion sel 2011

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What is going on? I see not kill switch on this vehicle. If you need to reset the security system, then you need the remote control, Fob, for the alarm. Disconnect the battery for 1 minute, and reconnect it. When the alarm sounds, press the alarm button on the Fob. This will deactivate the alarm like you normally do when you want to get in to start the car. If you do not have the Fob, the alarm will keep activating, no matter what you do and will automatically go into theft mode, and shut the ignition down to a no start condition. Unfortunately if there are any other problems of why the vehicle will not start, you would have to call a locksmith, or get it to a Ford dealer, if it is due to anything with the security system, Fob, key-less entry, or programming a new key.

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