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When I try to start it. The lights come on but once I turn the ignition. It seems like all power goes to gound. No lights and the horn is very very weak. It acts like A rela is not latching. The baterry power is 12.97V.

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Make sure it is charged all of the way

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6. Press the unlock control, then press the lock control. The horn will
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Also, if your vehicle is equipped with a coded-key anti-theft system. Only the correct key will be able to start your vehicle. If your keys are lost or stolen, you must take your vehicle to a Ford/Lincoln-Mercury dealership for re-programming.
Programming additional keys If you need additional keys electronically coded for your vehicle, spares can be purchased (a maximum of 16 keys can be programmed). To program a new key, perform the following procedure:
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