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  1. That's what I thought. Was hoping it was 3 and would explain my 4th key failing, but I think its obviously something else. BTW, 4 remotes programmed fine, it was the 4th key that failed. I doubt there is a difference for number of keys vs remotes...
  2. thats a good question, could be the issue. I would think at least 4 but can't find any definitive info.
  3. Answered my own questions with google search, there is a seperate process for programming the remote and the key. One thing to note, I bought two of these, successfully programmed both remotes, had both keys cut and tried to program both keys. One worked great, the other will not program. When I tried the keys before programming, the car wouldnt even crank. Now (with the one that didnt work) it cranks but will not start and the Securilock light flashes. Must be a defective key or maybe I did something wrong, but the same exact procedure worked for one of them. No idea how to fix this one without a dealer trip or ordering another key. But at least the two originals and one of the two flip keys I ordered works. Remote: Step-by-Step Programming Instructions: 1. Turn ignition from OFF to RUN 8 times within 10 seconds, with the 8th time ending in RUN. Door locks will cycle to confirm programming mode. 2. Within 20 seconds press any button on first keyless remote. Door locks will cycle to confirm programming. 3. Within 20 seconds, press any button on second keyless remote. Door locks will cycle again to confirm programming. 4. Turn ignition to OFF. Locks will again cycle to indicate end of programming mode. Key: Step 1 - Assemble your keys. Have at least two factory-programmed keys and all of the spare keys you wish to program close by before you start this procedure. Step 2 - Insert one of the factory-coded keys into the ignition switch. Turn the key to the "On" position for between 1 and 10 seconds, then turn the key to the "Off" position and remove it from the ignition. Step 3 - Insert the second factory-programmed key into the ignition switch within 10 seconds of removing the first one. Turn the key to the "On" position for between 1 and 10 seconds, then turn the key to the "Off" position and remove it from the ignition. Step 4 - Insert the key to be programmed into the ignition switch within 20 seconds of removing the second factory-programmed key. Step 5 - Turn the key to the "On" position for at least 1 second to program the key. Turn the key to start the engine. Repeat the entire procedure to program additional keys. Tips If you only have one factory-programmed key, you cannot self-program a spare key. You must take your vehicle to a Ford dealership to get additional keys programmed. If the engine will not start using a key that has been just programmed, take your vehicle and the key to a Ford dealership for assistance. If you have no factory-coded keys for your Mustang, you must have your car towed to a Ford dealership where they will erase the current code from the computer and code new keys to your car. According the Ford, use only SecuriLock keys available at a Ford dealership in your Mustang. Items you will need Spare SecuriLock key or keys 2 factory-coded keys
  4. Thanks Rob, ordered both the keys and svt emblems. Programmed the fobs now just need to get the keys cut. Nice upgrade, first time my KR has had an upgrade or mod in quite some time! One question, does the key (on the 08) need to be programmed separately from the remote or just the remote?
  5. the original ebay link is obviously not working anymore. Can anyone point me to the right part number that works on our cars and possibly the shelby emblems too?
  6. Mine trips when pressures are fine...and the ABS light is on too. It does say fault, not just a low pressure light on when pressures are low.
  7. I have had this problem intermittently as well. I get a message on the screen on the dash that says TPMS fault and my ABS light comes on If I remember correctly but I haven’t been able to diagnose or resolve the issue. Hopefully somebody here has the answer
  8. Dont really want to modify my KR too much and I know TVS is the way to go, but has anyone done a tune only that could easily be flashed back to stock? Any noticeable gains if so?
  9. I've been looking for one of these too. Maybe someone ended up with a handful that they want to sell?
  10. Glass roof is my very favorite option. I waffled on it when putting my order together, but in the end it was the best decision of all. Living in Texas, I can tell you that it is no hotter than my cars with no glass roof. Never heard of one leaking either (because it is solid, to the points made earlier). 100% recommend it!
  11. In my opinion, it is all three of those things and it is also a Ford and a Mustang (even though it doesn't say the word mustang anywhere either). Regardless of any official naming, the fender badges indicate that it is Cobra powered, which also follows it's legacy. And my license plate puts the word on it. I say call it whatever you want....it's yours.
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