2006 Ford Fusion ante theft light flashes and won’t start

Asked by May 24, 2018 at 07:09 PM about the 2006 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ante theft system light flashes and won’t start
replaced the starter and still nothing Unhooked the
battery and sanded the ground still nothing the key
is for the car I looked it up it sounds like the starter
is out but I got a new one and nothing

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Dude. Look directly under your steering wheel. Down where you’d see the plug that mechanics hook up their computer to in order to read codes and diagnose check engine problems, well, right beside that sticking out should be another similar- looking outlet. Except it should have a removable plug in it with the words “anti theft” printed on it. This plug is a security measure. Youd remove it and carry it with you just like you would your keys. This is for just in case someone were to have a copy of your key. Pulling the plug disables the ignition and the car won’t start. So I’d make sure that plug hasn’t came loose or been removed.

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