Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
U most likely have a problem with the transponder that tells the computer you have inserted the correct key into the ignition, at this point the only thing u can do is have the dealer hook up a special electronic scanner to see exactly what is going on with the system, there is no bypass of the system, the engine control computer has programming that can't be bypassed. I am a 35 year veteran Ford dealer with a Factory master technician award in Ford electronic systems on car and trucks.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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