i have a 96 continental and i locked the car,took key out then came back and reached my hand thru window hit unlock and opened door and alarm went off how do i reset anti theft or how can i find out t

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Asked by Aug 04, 2013 at 06:17 PM about the Lincoln Continental

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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i got car from a towing company so i dont know anything on it

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Try putting key in drivers door and turning it. This works on a lot of stock alarms

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Make sure all of the doors are closed, push the 7/8 9/0 buttons at the same time, that will lock the doors and reset the alarm system then just unlock the doors with the key and everything should be back to normal.

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If does not work try other doors and trunk. They all have should switches and the only reason I could think of you having to try anything other than drivers door is it having a bad switch. The driver door gets used the most and its switch might be bad.

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