How do I get the car alarm to stop engaging when I open the doors?

Asked by Feb 03, 2014 at 11:00 PM about the 2006 Ford Fusion SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2006 Ford Fusion SEL that I just recently purchased.  The guy I bought it from told me that the keyfab did not work and that the replacement fab needed a battery.  I went and bought batteries for both and put them in as I figured that was the reason the keyfab was not working.  The car did great both fabs worked for about 4 days now.  Today I was out and stopped to drop off my nieces.  I locked the car going into their place and the horn sounded twice. It usually only sounds one time.  When I unlocked the car to get in it did fine but when I went to start it the car started but the alarm system went off.  Now it is engaging the alarm every time I open the door on the car.  How do I get it to stop?

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Were both sets of keys with you? try separating the keys I have heard of people having both sets of keys and the car would have issues.. or disconnect the battery to reset it and see if that helps...

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