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Old 02-20-2011, 03:27 PM
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Exclamation 2002 Ford F350 ... ALARM RESET BUTTON LOCATION?

Hi fellas,
I've got a 2002 Ford F350 Gas V10 engine and my battery went bad, I took it out for about 16 hours (overnight) and I just bought a brand new one, I am trying to connect it but everytime I do, I set off the alarm.

I cannot turn off the alarm!!!

My remote got damaged & lost by the last friend I let borrow my truck (don't ask), so I've tried using the key to lock/unlock the doors manually, start the truck in the ignition but nothing works because the alarm keeps going off.

I am told there is a RESET button somewhere, I'm pretty sure it's a stock alarm system.
I can't find the reset button however. I opened the fuse box (under the steering wheel) and see all the fuses but no button, I'm really not sure what it looks like and where it's located.

Anybody can help me find what i'm looking for? Wish I hadn't ever lend the truck out, I'd still have the remote if so.
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Old 02-20-2011, 03:33 PM
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Johnny--im afraid the vehicle does not have a "factory alarm" or "pats" either--the reset on an aftmkt sometimes can be found near the e-brake--ya may even find an odd looking module up in there--that would be the aftmkt alarm module--- good luck!
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****! This isn't good at all.... any other suggestions? all I see is fuses down there, no buttons....
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i gots no electrical knowledge bout aftmkt alarms--if its an ignition cut-out--i dont think you can disconnect any odd lookin wires from the batts terminals?? maybe sumone else will chip in!!!
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