Can I stop the horn from beeping when I lock the doors?

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Asked by Oct 25, 2013 at 01:16 PM about the Ford Escape

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Uh... But if I did that would I be able to blow the horn if someone pulls out in front of me?

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kurt s Found a workaround!!! (1) Turn the car off via the ignition button. (2) When completely off, press Lock and then the Remote Start button on your keyfob twice. (3) You can now step out With your key and the vehicle will stay running (for the programmed remote-start time - 10/15 mins). This changes the mode from normal running to remote start. But... the engine still runs and the heater will warm up the car. You can even re-open and close the car door multiple times without any beeps! (4) When ready, return to the Escape and press the ignition button to switch into regular running mode.

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I feel like you didn't understand my question ... How do I silence the horn when I lock vehicle. The horn beeps when I push the lock button on the key twice.

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Guess kurt's workaround wasn't workin' then~

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