can you reset a anti theft lock system on a 2004 mercury sable gs

Asked by Apr 07, 2013 at 10:08 AM about the 2004 Mercury Sable GS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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A transponder is what is inserted into the key to be used in the ignition... on your car to program the key fobs, you sit in the car and slowly cycle the key in the ignition from off to on 8 times ending in the on position. When you get to the on position on the 8th cycle the door locks will lock then unlock to indicate that you are in programming mode. Then take all of the key fobs you have for the vehicle and hit any button, the door locks should lock then unlock to confirm each remote is programmed. when finished, turn the key off and test the fob.

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how convoluted is that? supposed to stop anyone from doing business here?~

Is that what you were looking for? When you said locks, I went there...

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Did it 8 times door didn't lock or unlock it has done this 5 times already starting to get I'll at this car

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I need help with my 2004 Mercury the theft showing up so so what I need to do somebody help me please

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is a computer chip

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