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Old 05-30-2013, 11:35 AM   #1
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Have you lost or broken your 99-09 key fob? Programming a new key-less entry remote for your New Edge or S197 Mustang is easy!! Head over to our web site to check out the newest Tech and News article.

All too often, Mustang keyless entry remotes are missing or damaged. If you are down to one last keyless entry remote or have none, has a solution for you. We carry both Ford original and aftermarket keyless entry remotes. These remotes must be trained and programmed to your Ford Mustang before they will work. No worries, that does not mean you will have to make an expensive trip to the dealership! Watch the video above and Jmac will walk you through the simple programming procedure for your new key fob.

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