Installing a new alarm and keyless entry

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Asked by Aug 05, 2014 at 12:49 AM about the 2005 Ford Escape

Question type: Car Customization

Do I need to disarm the factory alarm to set up a new alarm that comes with my keyless
entry kit?

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Don't mess with the factory alarm. I hate to say it BUT your asking for big problems if you try.

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But won´t the new keyless entry trigger the factory alarm?

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I am a writer worked in a best usa essay writing service to help students to complete their writing assignments. Keyless entry systems are exactly what they sound like. They are systems which allow you KEY – LESS (no key) entry. This is accomplished by an electric locking motor in the door and a form of a remote device that communicating with the vehicle allowing unlocking of the door remotely.

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to put the new alarm on-yes, you will have to disable the factory alarm. depending on the brand of alarm, it may be better than factory. or you could find a kit to add factory keyless entry toy your vehicle, which would keep the factory alarm.

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Thankyou, your answer is really helpful, doyou know how do you disable it ? It's a FordEscape 2005

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Hey.. just to share. we bought second hand ford escape But no remote fob came with. It. We decided to install a new alarm.everything's installed properly..but we had a problem.. when we try to unlock it using the remote from the new alarm and open the driver's door, the factory alarm sets off.. i dont know why it does that but we found a work around.. Before opening the door we have to use the key just to prevent the factory alarm setting off..

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