Question about Car Audio & Video
Phone your local Ford dealer. I'm sure they will inform you that it must be sent in to have a new code programmed into it. Probably expensive, like a hundred bucks.
Not the news you wanted to hear, I know.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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