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Cobra Globe 3900 Instructions

Updated April 17, 2017

A good vehicle alarm system can reduce the possibility of theft and break-ins. Extra features such as window controls and engine immobilisation help make the Cobra Globe 3900 car alarm a suitable candidate for someone shopping for an alarm. It is simple to activate and deactivate the alarming mechanism with the included two-button remote control. The other features are also easy to operate, so you can start using this alarm system fairly quickly.

Arm your car by pressing the "A" button on the remote control. The doors lock, the turning indicators will blink twice and the car is armed after 40 seconds.

Deactivate the engine immobilisation by pressing the "A" button on the remote control while the car ignition is still switched on.

Activate the panic alarm by pressing the "B" button on the remote control. The siren sounds and the turning indicators blink. Press either the "A" or "B" button to stop the panic alarm.

Disarm the car alarm. Press the "A" button on the remote control to disarm and unlock the car doors. The turning indicators blink, the LED turns off and the alarm deactivates.

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