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bart42

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phoned a ford dealer today about my alarm fob not working.couldnt believe the price he told me £198+vat.....telephoned these guys http://www.tlcfordltd.co.uk £20 for a used one.... :)

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The prices from Ford are crazy talk! but you won in the end!

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update+ went to get a used alarm fob.this one wouldnt work,getting the beep from the turning the ignition 4 times but no beep from the fob.they think it might be the transponder box not working right. :angry::angry::angry:

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what buttons are you pressing on the fob?

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what buttons are you pressing on the fob?

which ones am i suppose to press?

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Have you checked to make sure the battery in the replacement fob isn't flat or missing

There is no right or wrong button to press, any of them will do

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I was under the impression you press and hold unlock and lock together for about three seconds.

As for the battery, so simple, yet so likely!

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I was under the impression you press and hold unlock and lock together for about three seconds.

That's to change the way the doors unlock, either single stage or dual stage

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Put in a fresh CR2032 battery, check the contacts are touching the battery and just push one button when programming to the car.

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I do stand corrected :)I

just use ELM to change those settings, rather than the old fashioned method that any one can do ;)

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with what software jeebo?

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The modified ELM cable and the ELM Config software / ELM FF2

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