Ford Edge 2007-2014 Key Programming Procedure
The following are the key programming procedures for the year 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Ford Edge.
ADD KEY (Must have two working original keys):
1. Insert the first previously programmed coded keys into the ignition.
2. Turn the ignition from the 1 (LOCK) position to the 3 (RUN) position. Keep the ignition in the 3 (RUN) position for at least 3 seconds, but no more than 10 seconds.
3. Turn the ignition to the 1 (LOCK) position and remove the first coded key from the ignition.
4. Within 10 seconds of turning the ignition to the 1 (LOCK) position, insert the second previously coded key into the ignition.
5. Turn the ignition from the 1 (LOCK) position to the 3 (RUN) position. Keep the ignition in the 3 (RUN) position for at least 3 seconds, but no more than 10 seconds.
6. Turn the ignition to the 1 (LOCK) position and remove the second coded key from the ignition.
7. Within 20 seconds of turning the ignition to the 1 (LOCK) position and removing the previously programmed coded key, insert the new un-programmed key (new key/valet key) into the ignition.
8. Turn the ignition from the 1 (LOCK) position to the 3 (RUN) position. Keep the ignition in the 3(RUN) position for at least 6 seconds.
9. Remove the newly programmed coded key from the ignition.
If the key has been successfully programmed, it will start the vehicle’s engine and will operate the remote entry system (if the new key is an Integrated Keyhead Transmitter). The theft indicator light will illuminate for 3 seconds and then go out to indicate successful programming.
If the key was not successfully programmed, it will not start your vehicle’s engine and/or will not operate the remote entry features. The theft indicator light may flash on and off. Wait 20 seconds and you may repeat Steps 1 through 8. If the failure repeats, bring your vehicle to your authorized dealer to have the new key(s) programmed.
To program additional new un-programmed key(s), wait 20 seconds and then repeat this procedure from Step 1.
About Ford Edge
At the 2006 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the first-generation Edge had its public premiere. It went into production in January 2006 for the 2007 model year and was introduced to the public in September 2006.
Upholstered seats, manual air conditioning with a single zone, an AM/FM stereo with a single-disc CD/MP3 player, and 17-inch painted aluminum wheels are all standard on the SE model.
With the SEL, you’ll get a set of distinctive cloth seats, a six-way power driver’s seat, a premium AM/FM stereo system with a 6-disc in-dash CD/MP3 player, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with secondary audio controls, and 18-inch painted aluminum wheels.
After being renamed the Limited, the SEL Plus is equipped with leather-trimmed seats, a six-way power front passenger seat that can be folded flat, EasyFold second-row seat back release, dual-zone electronic automatic climate control, SYNC in-car connectivity system, and 18-inch premium chrome clad aluminum wheels. Limited was introduced in 2008 to replace the SEL Plus.
Initially introduced at the 2008 Chicago Auto Show, the Sport trim level will go on sale as a 2009 model year vehicle beginning in 2009. Leather-trimmed seats with grey faux-suede inserts, reclining 60/40 fold-flat seats with a center fold-down armrest, second-row seat back release (marketed as EasyFold), premium AM/FM stereo with six-disc in-dash CD/MP3 player, SYNC in-car connectivity system, large-diameter chrome exhaust tips, 20-inch premium chrome-clad aluminum wheels, all body-colored trim, and optional 22-inch wheels are included in this trim
When Ford Canada first unveiled the Edge in June 2007, they said it would be available as a gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle for the 2010 model year. An electric motor and a V6 engine were expected to be used in the vehicle’s hybrid drivetrain, which was developed by Ford.
During the 2007 Washington Auto Show, a concept of the Ford Edge with HySeries Drive was unveiled, with the carmaker claiming that it may be produced in the near future. For a combined range of more than 320 kilometers, this hybrid electric car utilised hydrogen fuel in conjunction with plug-in charging for its lithium-ion battery pack (200 mi). The Ford Airstream concept from the 2007 Detroit Auto Show was the first vehicle to use the HySeries system.