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Sounds like a poor connection at the battery or alternator. You need to make sure there is no corrosion or faults in these connections. If there is no fault there then you likely have a ground problem. Find your engine/Chassis ground, make sure it's tight and again free from corrosion and fault. Leaking battery acid can eat wires on the possitive and ground causing issues. Also if the car has been in an accident it could also have damaged or lossened the ground.
upon ignition on the airbag diagnostic module will scan the system for any fault, if there is a fault the airbag indicator will flash. The first set of flash signifies the first digit then a pause the next set of flash for the second digit.Combine these two digits denotes the fault code i.e (two rapid flashes means 2 then a pause followed by three flashes means 3 combine these will read 23 this is the fault code but you need to consult this in the repair manual for ford cars to get the particular fault.Repetitions of 5 sets will occur then steady light on for the airbag.Just replace the instrument cluster and replace the busted bulbs for odometer and turn indicator
There is a bubble shaped sensor on you center dash near the windshield. It may be dirty, blocked, or broken. If you hear a high speed click and the lights strobe pretty quickly, it may be a bad relay. Last, you may have a bad ground. But - I doubt it since the lights work fine when not in Auto mode. I would start with the sensor then relay.
If your vehicle has daytime running lights they will be on when remote started no real way around that try leaving your parking brake on. The new vipers default setting is constant rather than flashing.