my 2015 mustang will not start, the message says service steering lock

Asked by Mar 18, 2016 at 09:30 PM about the 2015 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Was parked for the winter, had to boost once because of dead battery, went
to move the car today would not start, so tried to boost, push button
start...nothing message come up to check steering lock.  (steering does not
seem to lock when you leave car. Car is new 2076 km is all!!!! Very frustating

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I believe your battery needs to be reprogrammed. You can by a cable from any parts house to hook up to cigarette lighter and battery. Then jump it off. Most people don't realize that in these late model vehicles have programmable batteries. The memory in the computer needs to be reset. Good luck!

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