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Remote Start Systems for Fusion 2009

I just received my car (Fusion 2009) and The remote starter is either not working or I may need to program it or I didn't know how to use it. I looked in the book that came with it I didn't find anything about it. Do you have any clue???
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    fuse needs to be removed and out back to reset computer, which one

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If the remote starter remote has a single button you must press and hold the button for approximately 2 seconds. The horn should sound and shortly after the vehicle will start. If you go to the ford dealer they might have an extra booklet hanging around. Good luck.

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