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Question Button functions

I have doubts about the functions of these two buttons.

Does anybody can tell me what these guys on the right do ? These two OFF buttons.... Thanks

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The switch on the extreme right is to disable the alarm so the car can be towed.

The one on the left I believe is for the mirrors - some have mirrors that can retract.

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Yeah, I checked this manual list, but here in Brazil the year is different man. Here this car is 2005, but is probably older in US. But, thanks .
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nope...all built in the same plant. 05s and 06s are nearly identical..

but I can't find the page for the left hand button... anyone?


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nope...all built in the same plant. 05s and 06s are nearly identical
Oooohhhhh... I didn't know that...

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I GOT it !!!

The left one is when you do a quick stop for example and you have a dog inside the car. This button turn off the internal alarm

The right one is what you said about that the car can be towed.
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Yep, same as mine -
left button turns the internal alarm sensor off - so if you leave another person in passenger seat or dog etc. inside, it won't set the alarm off
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The right one is what you said about that the car can be towed.
Or on a ferry - it disables the motion sensor.






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Or if you leave the missus in the car and dont want to come back to an ear bending when she has been sat with the alarm going off every time she moved
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