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I recently had to change my steering column with the exact column and reset the computer by turning the ignition three times waiting til anti theft went off. How do i reset the antitheft device and synce the computer with the car?

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This has to be done by ford dealership. There's a ignition key immobilizer around the ignition cylinder that isn't recognizing the chip in the key, also the p.c.m doesn't recognize the immobilizer.this all has to be paired by a ford computer. Or if you still have the old steering column, use the old immobilizer swi

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SOURCE: Anti-theft system stuck triggered

Doing roadside assistance I have ran into this problem several times and if you look in your owners manual it will tell you how to reset it. Some of the cars you have to wait up to 10 min. with the key in the ignition and try again. The light will go out. READ carefully our owners manual.
Hope this helped....Kevin

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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SOURCE: replaced ignition switch, now having problems shifting and the ca

Either something came lose as it was not installed properly or something was dropped in the column to jam things up

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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No even. If you take the column apart get it to crank it has theft deterant system that shuts fuel and spark down

Posted on Apr 12, 2011

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SOURCE: my 2000 grand marquis anti theft system wont shut off at times unless i slam my door until the anti theft light stops blinking?

now my car wont start at all the theft light on the dash flashes rapidy when ignition is on it will crank but not run??

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