2010 4.6 mustang GT no crank no start, security light blinking

Asked by Mar 01, 2015 at 06:46 PM about the 2010 Ford Mustang GT Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car just shut off the other day and now will not restart. I get all the gauges light up and blink red and the pats light just keeps blinking. I tried other keys for it and same result. I have been looking for all the grounds but having trouble with this issue. Any suggestions???

3 Answers

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Try this,remove positive cable from battery,make sure key is not in the ignition,leave cable off for at least ten minutes,then place key in ignition,in the on position,and replace positive cable.

74,185

If this doe,s not work ,you may need to have the ECM,reflashed to your key,s.

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I had this same problem after filling up with gas. After trying everything I decided to back track my steps and come find out I didn't have my gas cap tightly secured back down so after takeing it back off and putting it back on my my mustang cranked right up

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