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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Maybe, you can diag yourself with a test light and an ohmmeter. These will cost less at sears than having a dealer diag it. Check fuse 109 in the cab, that's the fuse for the driver's seat module. If that fuse is ok, then check power at the module. It's a little black box under the driver's seat with i think 3 connectors. Back probe the dark green wire at the connector with a test light, you should have power, even with the key off. If not, repair the circuit. Clamp the test light to battery positive and back probe the black wire, if the light does not light, repair that ground circuit. Test the memory set switch by measuring with an ohmmeter points 7 and 2, 7 and 6, 7 and 5 resistance should be less than 5 ohms, if not replace it. If all these tests pass, disconnect the connectors from the module and give 12v to the red and white wire. If the seat moves, have the module replaced at the dealer, it will have to be programmed.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
if it is a ford remote or ford factory alarm remote cycle the key from off to run(usually 8 times) untill you hear door locks activate. at this exact time key needs to be in the on position.touch unlock or lock on all remotes being programmed and make sure door locks respond to remotes. then turn key off ending programming mode.then try your fobs they should work
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
If you have disc brakes, there is no adjustment and the emergency/parking brake as no effect on pedal travel. The emergency/parking brake uses regular drum type shoes working in a small drum inside the rotor and is independant of the service brakes.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
Push on the button and see if the light goes out. It can be a simple off-on switch.
If that does not work the owners manual will have info on using your MENU function in your instrument cluster. When you get into the correct screen there will be listings of HORN alert with the remote, and AUTOlock for your doors. The backup function is just another item to select. Most likely someone was looking to reset the oil warning interval and accidently reprogrammed the menu.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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