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Iv got a 2004 ford I believe immobiliser needs reset .I replaced battery while ignition was on any advice on how to reset

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  • Jeff Armer May 20, 2017

    What country ? PATS -passive anit-theft system . Is the security light on ? does it flash when trying to start the vehicle ? Don't know about where you are , but here in US resetting has to be done with a factory tool or a professional tool that lock smiths use .

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    bobmcqueen26 May 20, 2017

    I'm in Australia jeff, usually its leave battery disconnected 24 hrs. or key turned on for 10minutes . I was hopeing it would be the same in us yes we have pats

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    bobmcqueen26 May 20, 2017

    thanks jeff

  • Jeff Armer May 20, 2017

    Your welcome !
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