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Old 08-19-2005, 11:01   #1 (permalink)
RabbitEar
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programming lock

I have a 2005 Ford Freestar SES. Anyone can tell me how to program the lock?
Currently when the speed reaches like 5 km, the car does a autolock. I like
the lock system to lock when it goes 5km and unlock all doors when car is
put in Park. Is it possible? Thanks in advanced.


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Old 08-19-2005, 22:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: programming lock

R.T.F.M


"RabbitEar" <sealwolf@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> I have a 2005 Ford Freestar SES. Anyone can tell me how to program the

lock?
> Currently when the speed reaches like 5 km, the car does a autolock. I

like
> the lock system to lock when it goes 5km and unlock all doors when car is
> put in Park. Is it possible? Thanks in advanced.
>
>
>



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Old 08-20-2005, 09:01   #3 (permalink)
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Re: programming lock

sorry, but what does R.T.F.M mean?


"johanb" <ollieb1oREMOVE@THIScs.com> wrote in message
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> R.T.F.M
>
>
> "RabbitEar" <sealwolf@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:JsoNe.262838$5V4.183324@pd7tw3no...
>> I have a 2005 Ford Freestar SES. Anyone can tell me how to program the

> lock?
>> Currently when the speed reaches like 5 km, the car does a autolock. I

> like
>> the lock system to lock when it goes 5km and unlock all doors when car is
>> put in Park. Is it possible? Thanks in advanced.
>>
>>
>>

>
>



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Old 08-20-2005, 13:01   #4 (permalink)
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Re: programming lock

"RabbitEar" wrote:

What does R.T.F.M mean?
______________________________________________

When the poster said R.T.F.M he meant:

"READ THE F***ING MANUAL!"

Newbies commonly get this kind of response when they
ask a question that is covered in the owners manual
delivered with the car. But sometimes the manual
has been lost or the newbie is not aware of how much
information is in the manual.

A gentler response could be, S.T.I.E.I.Y.O.M, meaning:

("Sir, that information exists in your owners manual.")

Good luck.

Wendy & John.

Please don't ask what "Newbies" means.
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Old 08-20-2005, 15:01   #5 (permalink)
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Re: programming lock

johanb, I think you should S.T.F.U. You don't have the manual in front of
you. I do and it doesn't say anything on how the user can do it himself. All
it said was ?The deactivating/activating the autolock feature can be turned
off by the keyless entry keypad (if equipped) on the door, driver
configuration mode or by your dealer. Well I have the keyless entry keypad
but no where in the manual tells me how to do it. So I would appreciated
you SHUTUP.


"Wendy & John" <ardanswj@kilobar.net> wrote in message
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> "RabbitEar" wrote:
>
> What does R.T.F.M mean?
> ______________________________________________
>
> When the poster said R.T.F.M he meant:
>
> "READ THE F***ING MANUAL!"
>
> Newbies commonly get this kind of response when they
> ask a question that is covered in the owners manual
> delivered with the car. But sometimes the manual
> has been lost or the newbie is not aware of how much
> information is in the manual.
>
> A gentler response could be, S.T.I.E.I.Y.O.M, meaning:
>
> ("Sir, that information exists in your owners manual.")
>
> Good luck.
>
> Wendy & John.
>
> Please don't ask what "Newbies" means.
> __________________________________________
>
>
>



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Old 08-20-2005, 18:01   #6 (permalink)
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Re: programming lock

Original poster wrote to "RabbitEar": R.T.F.M
_______________________________________________

"RabbitEar" wrote: What does R.T.F.M mean?
______________________________________________

Wendy & John" wrote:

The poster meant: "READ THE F***ING MANUAL!"
A gentler response could be, S.T.I.E.I.Y.O.M, meaning:
("Sir, that information exists in your owners manual.")

Good luck.
_______________________________________________

"RabbitEar" wrote:

You should S.T.F.U. I have the manual and it doesn't
say anything on how the user can do it himself. No
where in the manual tells me how to do it. So I would
appreciated you SHUTUP.
______________________________________________

We were happy to be able to courteously answer your
sole question as to the meaning of "R.T.F.M" suggested
by another poster. It was disheartening to learn that
imparting knowledge to you triggers an enraged outurst
of profanity along with your demand that no further
enlightenment be offered.

As you have requested, so it shall be.

Good luck.

Wendy & John.
______________________________________________




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Old 08-20-2005, 19:01   #7 (permalink)
RabbitEar
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Re: programming lock

Well, the last message was toward johanb. If he can't help, he shouldn't
answer. Simple as that.


"Wendy & John" <ardanswj@kilobar.net> wrote in message
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> Original poster wrote to "RabbitEar": R.T.F.M
> _______________________________________________
>
> "RabbitEar" wrote: What does R.T.F.M mean?
> ______________________________________________
>
> Wendy & John" wrote:
>
> The poster meant: "READ THE F***ING MANUAL!"
> A gentler response could be, S.T.I.E.I.Y.O.M, meaning:
> ("Sir, that information exists in your owners manual.")
>
> Good luck.
> _______________________________________________
>
> "RabbitEar" wrote:
>
> You should S.T.F.U. I have the manual and it doesn't
> say anything on how the user can do it himself. No
> where in the manual tells me how to do it. So I would
> appreciated you SHUTUP.
> ______________________________________________
>
> We were happy to be able to courteously answer your
> sole question as to the meaning of "R.T.F.M" suggested
> by another poster. It was disheartening to learn that
> imparting knowledge to you triggers an enraged outurst
> of profanity along with your demand that no further
> enlightenment be offered.
>
> As you have requested, so it shall be.
>
> Good luck.
>
> Wendy & John.
> ______________________________________________
>
>
>
>



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