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FORD FAIR – SILVERSTONE – 6TH AUGUST 2017
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Thank you so much for all your help. It's working! I may sound daft here but, although I knew how to lock it, I didn't realise I had to press the little black button to open the car, just thought I had I pull the handle!! In fact I've looked all over the Internet and it doesn't mention it anywhere (I don't have the manual so can't check there). I actually prefer this though as it means I can be certain it's locked by pulling the handle without accidentally opening the car again. Cheers for your advice.
I've just bought a 2009 Fiesta Titanium but it didn't come with any spec details at all. It has push button start but doesn't appear to have keyless entry (it doesn't open when I get near it). I've looked up the car on ETIS and the spec quotes... Key Free System... Keyless Entry/Start - Passive. It also has the black rectangles on each door (colour coded in the back doors) which I understood meant Keyless Entry was fitted afterall? I took it to my local Ford dealer who didn't have time to look at it but said the rectangles meant Keyless Entry was fitted and I would need to pay £90 to have the Keys programmed. So I have two questions... 1- Am I correct in thinking it probably is fitted? 2- Is there any way I can program the remotes myself? I've done this on previous cars but it always involved turning the key in the ignition which I can't do with keyless start. I've tried to attach a picture of the door handle. Please excuse the quality, it was taken in the dark! The rectangle is actually black, not white as it appears and the photo seems to have uploaded back to front! Thanks in advance.