Which fuse is for remote start? (location,number)

Asked by Dec 11, 2015 at 02:10 PM about the 2006 Lincoln Town Car Designer Series

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need to check why my remote start stopped working.Alarm is factory

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If you have your owners manual it will tell you.

I don't


What kind of remote do you have? Is the remote start part of the factory 4 button remote?


Down load a copy for yourself. https://owner.lincoln.com/tools/account/how-tos/owner-manuals- search-results.html#/ymm/2006/Lincoln/Town%20Car

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I bought a used car.One remote has remote start function,second one doesn't.


I suspect that the remote start is an add on. The most common dealer add on remote start kit is from code alarm, depending on the specific model start kit there are several ways to program it and places it would be tied into the vehicle. You may be able to find a local alarm specialist that can help pin it down.

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