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post #11 of 15 Old 10-06-2016, 09:10 AM
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I suppose you would have to either do the obvious thing and either get another key FOB or tow your vehicle. Would be the same if you broke any vehicle key or FOB, nothing different with the Escape.
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post #12 of 15 Old 10-06-2016, 09:30 AM
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Ok well just was making sure. There are some cleaver people on here maybe they rigged something up

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Even if there were, do you think the information should be made public?? Sounds to me like a potential security matter.

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"Start Button"??

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... and pushing the engine start button as usual. The car will start normally. It uses a RFID tag to identify it is your key fob. If you want to test this, just remove the battery from the key fob and try it.
Is this "engine start button" specifically a Titanium feature? Never have used such a thing/knew about one for my "S" model - impressed enough with all its features/gadgets (aside from Sync and its "index full" crap...) compared to my next newest car, a 2004 Focus (till 2011 GMC Canyon just acquired).
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Is this "engine start button" specifically a Titanium feature? Never have used such a thing/knew about one for my "S" model - impressed enough with all its features/gadgets (aside from Sync and its "index full" crap...) compared to my next newest car, a 2004 Focus (till 2011 GMC Canyon just acquired).
Available only on the Titanium and 2013 SEL...

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