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Old 05-16-2014, 08:09 AM   #1
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Getting ECU, CCRM, and cluster programmed?

I was wondering how much it would be to get these programmed to match plus 2 new keys?

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A lot. $400-$500 for Ford to do it. Potentially more, I'd give your local dealer a call.
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Do I have to get ford to do it or is there any other way?

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Ford needs to do it or you can buy a custom tuner with PATS disabled. Although even the canned bama/steeda tuners are going to be $379.
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I don't wanna disable pats completely. That will cause stuff to mess up. And do I need to get the old codes on the ecu erased or will they do that all at once?

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They will re-program everything. Pats disabled doesn't screw anything else up though.
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Your anti-theft system won't work right. And I was told your gauges may even mess up

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Whoever told you that told you wrong. Is this the same genius that told you your T-5 was a T-45? Anti theft? the stock alarm is completely worthless anyway.
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True. Well I know how to disable pats myself so if what your saying is right then I won't have to spend a dime haha

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Never mind. That would just enable the car to start. Mileage wouldn't be right though.

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