Mustang Keyless Remote Fob Programming Instructions (99-09)

Posted 5/31/2013 by Jeff Jimenez

Also known as keyless remotes, these often go missing or get damaged. No reason to make an expensive trip to the dealership to replace your key fob.

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How To Program A Mustang Key Fob (99-09)

All too often, Mustang keyless entry remotes are missing or damaged. If you are down to one last keyless entry remote or have none, Late Model Restoration 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.

Let’s walk through the simple procedure on how to program your 99-09 Mustang key less entry remote. Before you start you will need at least two key less entry fobs. You can program up to four.

Installation Instructions

  1. Cycle your Stang from "off" to "on" eight times. With the final cycle landing in the “on” position.

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  3. You will hear the doors lock and unlock to acknowledge the Stang is program mode

  4. Press any button on the first keyless entry remote

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  6. Repeat on second and any other remote you want to program (up to a total of four)

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  8. Turn the key off when you are done

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  10. Test newly programmed remotes

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Programming new key-less entry remotes for your New Edge or S197 Mustang is that easy!! If you were missing all of your key fobs, now you can get back to the joys of locking and unlocking your car from a far. Most importantly, you can easily find your Pony in the crowded parking lots with the panic button!

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Mustang Keyless Entry Remote Programming - Key Fob (99-09)

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Published on 2013-05-31
Need a new 1999-09 Mustang Keyless Entry Remote? Watch this quick walk through on how to program a new 99-04 Ford Mustang keyless entry remote.

We carry the Ford and aftermarket replacement keyless entry remotes for 1999-2009 Mustangs. It has 4 buttons that include lock, unlock, trunk, & panic. This remote only works with vehicles originally equipped with keyless entry from the factory. Will not work with vehicles equipped with factory remote start.

Also referred to a Ford Mustang key fob.

Fits the Following year model Ford Mustangs: 1999 (99) - 2000 (00) - 2001 (01) - 2002 (02) - 2003 (03) - 2004 (04) - 2005 (05) - 2006 (06) - 2007 (07) - 2008 (08) - 2009 (09)
Transcript
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If you own a 99-04 mustang, then it’s not uncommon to have a missing keyless entry remote or one that just simply doesn't work anymore. Now I'm going to show you the process that will work with either factory Ford remote or aftermarket Mustang key fobs. The whole process revolves around cycling the key eight times and landing on the on position the eight time.

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You will want to have at least two remote to have a successful programming procedure. You will hit one of the four buttons on the remote to program it to the car. When every land on that eight keystroke the doors will lock and unlock to let you know that your Mustang is ready to be trained. Then you hit one of the buttons on the remote and the doors will lock and unlock again indicating that remote is trained you can do that up to four times.

0:00:54 - 0:01:24
We will start out.. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Hit a button and again on second remote. Once you are done turn the key off. The doors lock and unlock again. Then you can test the operation of your remotes and we are good to go. For more tech tidbits check out LatemodelRestoration.com