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Perimeter Alarm System DL3Z-19A361-A Install

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Audio/Video/Electronics Forum [GEN 1]' started by Gary E, Feb 20, 2019.

  1. Gary E

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    Gen 2's may be different than Gen 1's on operational factors. I previously reported on the LED brightness.
     
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    @Gary E Hi Gary, question, did this kit come with a new Key FOB? It mentions 2 way communication, are the stock FOBs capable of this? Another thread mentioned an option for an extended range antenna, can you speak to this? Is it fully plug and play? 2013 Raptor

    Vehicle Security System - Ford Perimeter Plus
    Part No: DL3Z-19A361-A

    SRP: $198.57

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    Perimeter Plus Remote Start Vehicle Security module adds an effective layer of anti-theft protection to your Ford vehicle. This new accessory contains features not available from the factory and is specifically designed to protect against the theft of contents and accessories in your vehicle.

    • No cut, no splice vehicle integration.
    • Adjustable, 2-stage shock/impact sensor.
    • Arms and disarms with the LOCK and UNLOCK buttons on the factory key, door-mounted keypad or with ignition key ON.
    • Upgrade to One-Way or Bi-Directional remote start.
    • Upgrade to Remote Access.
    • May qualify for insurance discounts.
     
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    It did not come with a key fob. I continue to use the original Ford keys that came with the truck. The system is fully plug and play. It is armed when the doors are locked. There is a pause of 10 or 20 seconds before it arms itself. You know when it's armed when the LED brinks. Don't know about two-way communication. Don't know what that means. This truck came with remote start. My mounting of the box was far more substantial than Ford's instructions to tie wrap it to an air duct. It ought to be solid mounted for the shock sensor in to it to work properly. I saw that a long range antenna was an option, but didn't see the need.
     

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