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Old 11-13-2003, 05:16 PM
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How to Reset Computer on Ford Escape

Hello,

While installing a remote starter, I accedently set off the Anti-theft system on the drivers side door, and ever since, I cannot lock or unlock my drivers side door with either the factory of Prostart remote. Is it possible, that the vehicle computer will have to be reset in order for this door to respond to the transmitters. If so, how do I reset the computer for this problem.

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