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Prestige APS25Z Car Remote Keyless Entry Security Alarm System 800 ft. Range
Three Button 1-Way Transmitters Automatic Arming Automatic Locking Starter Interrupt Dual Stage Shock Sensor Limited Lifetime The APS25Z standard security system protects your vehicle with the latest safety technology. This system features an intrusion alert with memory, a parking light flasher, a dual-stage shock sensor, and more. Two-three button metal one-way remote controls Remote panic in all modes Protected valet Seven function LED - arm / disarm / zone 1 / zone 2 / zone 3 / valet / arming Intrusion alert with memory Audible arm / disarm / defect zone / tamper confirmation Starter interrupt Last door arming Defective zone by - pass Selectable hardwire or voltage sense Selectable active or passive arming User programmable permanent chirp delete Multi-tone siren Additional negative trigger input (hood and trunk) RF inhibit with ignition on Parking light flasher Dual-stage shock sensor Remote trunk release Remote keyless entry Multiple vehicle capable.
- (2) One-Way 3-Button Transmitters
- Remote Keyless Entry
- Remote Panic
- Multi-Tone Mini Siren
- Starter Interrupt
- Flashing Parking Lights
- Dual Stage Shock Sensor with City Mode
- Last Door Arming
- Up to 800 ft. of Operating Range
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California’s Proposition 65 protects California consumers by requiring special warnings for products that contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm where those products would expose consumers to such chemicals above certain threshold levels.
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