Question about 1996 Ford Mustang
Try disconnecting both battery terminals, Wait about 30 minutes. Touch both terminals together +/- , Be sure not to touch battery while touching both hot -n- ground together for a few seconds. Then put the hot/red cable back on the battery-tighten. Then put on the ground to the - side of battery. Start your car- push brake pedal to the floor push lock/unlock button. and see if it worked. If not replace battery in key fob. make sure you put hot to the hot side/ and ground to the ground side of battery!!!!.
Posted on Mar 31, 2015
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