How can I disarm my factory alarm on my 03 Ford Taurus?

Asked by mh67580 Jul 15, 2014 at 07:07 PM about the 2003 Ford Taurus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 03 Ford Taurus that won't start. The theft light is blinking. I found out that my
starter was damaged so I replaced it, up on doing that, I tried to start my car but to no
avail...please help.

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I have the same thing. Is you fuel indicator showing you how much fuel you have even though the key isn't in the ignition? Mine is.

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Pull the negative battery cable for about fifteen minutes ! Make sure that the key is in your pocket , not in the car ! And make sure that the doors are not locked ! You may need to reset your key fob after this ! To reset the key fob , turn the key to the on position 8 times, the 8th time leave it on ! it should have activated the locking system! if it did not try it again with the doors closed ! Now push door lock on the key fob to lock and unlock ! Did it work ? Turn off the key now ! Your key fob is now reset !

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