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Old 03-30-2014, 06:00 PM   #1
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Couple Questions '12 Ti

Had my car recently serviced and noticed a few things.

1. My doors no longer unlock all at once.

2. Only my drivers window is one touch up/down. Used to be all of them.

3. Even on Auto, my MFT screen no longer dims. Period. I have to manually go into the settings and change it to night and day.

4. I had the silver trim fixed on the wheel, and now it doesn't really line up right? Maybe I'm OCD, but there's a large gap and it seems crooked.

Anyone know how to fix these? More the first 3, I think the last one the dealer will have to do #4. Thanks.


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Old 03-30-2014, 06:49 PM   #2
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Hold the window switch down and hold it for a few seconds, then do the same but up on all four windows. It'll reprogram the auto up/down feature. The other issues I have no idea.
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Looks like they might disconnect the battery and you lost all of the auto functions
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Hold the window switch down and hold it for a few seconds, then do the same but up on all four windows. It'll reprogram the auto up/down feature. The other issues I have no idea.
I tried that. It worked on the Driver window, not on the others?

I know theres a thread here that tells you how, I just cant find it for the life of me.
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For the door unlock thing. Take your fob and hold both the lock and unlock buttons until the turn signals flash. Then you should be set.
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Thanks guys! That's what I was looking for. Going to try it out tomorrow finally.
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3. Even on Auto, my MFT screen no longer dims. Period. I have to manually go into the settings and change it to night and day.
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Hi BlueIce,

You can try a master reset for you MFT issue. Check out this link for the instructions:

http://support.ford.com/sync-technol...ter-reset-sync

If that doesn't work, I suggest contacting your dealership.

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You can try a master reset for you MFT issue. Check out this link for the instructions:

http://support.ford.com/sync-technol...ter-reset-sync

If that doesn't work, I suggest contacting your dealership.

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I'd actually prefer that you visit your dealer since multiple components seem to be experiencing issues. However, a master reset could possibly help in this one case.

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