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Sounds like there is a problem with the system , the system should turn off when you hit the panic button again or if you hit the unlock button ,, you can also turn off the system by useing the key in the door .. we can go back and forth on this page
The panic alarm feature provides audible and visual alarms which are evident from the exterior of the vehicle. The panic alarm feature requests that the turn signals are flashed and the horn sounds until deactivation. The flashing of the outputs occurs simultaneously. Activation of the panic alarm is accomplished by pressing the panic button on a RKE transmitter whenever the key is in the OFF position. At all other times this feature is disabled. Deactivation of an active PANIC alarm is accomplished by any of the following actions:
there is no way to permenatly disconect the system , so they will have to repair it , there is something wrong with it if it did not shut off
How can I disable the panic buttons on both of my fob keys?
I am concerned that I might mess it up. But, similar problems with this defective panic button feature have happened to me many times in the past. The last time, my Ford dealer did not give me a good answer. It is very embarrasing when this happens. I want to make absolutely sure that this never ever ever happens again. What can I do?
well you in a very small population , I have never heard of anyone having problems with the panic button on any ford unit , since ford came out with it,,but my wife has the same remote ,,so let me pop it open and see if there is a easy way --give me 5 min
ok,, looks like i was wrong ,, my wife has a 2011 Expedition , and the remote fob key is the same as yours ,, and when you pop off the cover for the remote ,, you can only access the battery and remove it ,, you can see a little bit of the green cercut board but its sealed in the fob and you can not remove it ,, two or three years back you could take out the cercut board and mess with it in the ford remotes,,,,but you cant now .. so there is no way to mess with remote to disable the panic function ,,and there is no way to disable it in the car ,,, looks like you are going to have to learn to not push it by accident
I understand it hard to pay $38 for a answer to such a odd question ,, I will opt out of this question and see if someone else has any help for you