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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-22-10, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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05 Mariner keypad problem

Hoping someone can help. I purchased an 05 Mariner Premier for my daughter the problem I'm having is I can't program the Key fob or the Keypad due to an after market alarm that the previous owner had installed. Is there a way to bypass the alarm myself so I can use the ford keyfobs and keypad or do I have to go to an alarm store to get it done. Thank You in advance for any guidance.

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Re: 05 Mariner keypad problem

There are many many different alarm systems and installations. You'll have to find a place that installs them or if you have the make and model, sometimes you can find the installation guide.

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RTG143 Thank you for the advice! I guess that's the best action to take. I just hate having alarm installers messing with my cars, I had a nightmare installation many years ago and avoid those guys at all costs.
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RTG143 Thank you for the advice! I guess that's the best action to take. I just hate having alarm installers messing with my cars, I had a nightmare installation many years ago and avoid those guys at all costs.
I don't blame you for that but they're probably the ones that caused the problem you're having now.

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