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Old 07-12-2019, 11:43 AM
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I purchased the remote starter addon from Ford and had the keys cut by a locksmith. The Ford dealership unblock the remote starter feature and everything was working great. Anyway, I now have 2 original keys that came with the truck with no remote start and 2 keys with remote start button which came with the module. One of the FOB's wound up in the the wash and is no longer working. It key does start the truck, but the buttons no longer work. I tried changing the battery and still not working. I read a few threads concerning replacement key programming and was a bit confused because I have 2 original keys and 1 working key with remote start button and it says to use the original keys to program the new key. Do I have to use the original keys to put the truck into programming mode? I don't want to erase the programming of the remote start key.

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All you need are 2 different keys, that are not cloned.
The one hitch you may have is you can only have 4 remotes.
I don't know what will happen if you try to program a 5th keyhead remote.

I have a similar situation.
2 non remote start keys that came with the truck, 2 RS keys.
I am considering getting 2 more RS keys, but then what to to with the 2 mom RS keys....
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Fire.

If you use Forscan to program you can do whatever you want.
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Originally Posted by N3UP View Post
All you need are 2 different keys, that are not cloned.
The one hitch you may have is you can only have 4 remotes.
I don't know what will happen if you try to program a 5th keyhead remote.

I have a similar situation.
2 non remote start keys that came with the truck, 2 RS keys.
I am considering getting 2 more RS keys, but then what to to with the 2 mom RS keys....
The limit is 8.
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I have been wondering about keys myself. I have both original keys with factory remote start....One keys buttons don't work anymore. So, I assume I can buy a new factory replacement and have it programmed? Anyone know how much that may cost?

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Originally Posted by RLXXI
The limit is 8.
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8 keys total.
Only 4 can be IKTs (remotes)
The other 4 would be plain non remote keys.
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Originally Posted by N3UP View Post
8 keys total.
Only 4 can be IKTs (remotes)
The other 4 would be plain non remote keys.
Had to look that up but you're right. I thought 8 keys covered the 8 fobs built into them. Strange.
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