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Does anyone have a picture of what this module looks like? I seem to have misplaced this during my donor disassembly. If I know what I am looking for, I might be able to plug it in and start my car.

Otherwise, I am going to have to go the ECU reprogram route which is why have asked my previously posted question.

I know, it's all good. Just a bump in the road. I would just like to hear it run.

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Mark,

Iím guessing and it has been a while since I have looked at it but I think what you are talking about is the ring that goes around the key cylinder. It looks more like a trim ring but it has a couple of wires coming out of it with a plug at the end of the wires. If you donít get a picture of it before I get home from work I will post it for you. There should be a picture of it in the manual.


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Perl,

I have the ring that goes around the key cylinder with the wires coming out of it. The Ford Wiring diagrams indicates that the C252 connector plugs into the "Passive anti-theft transceiver Module (15607)" that appears to be a box, not the ring.

The Ford dealership tech guy just said the ring is the transceiver module as you have indicated. He also indicated that the service manuals are written by several different companies and the names of the individual devices change to protect the innocent I presume. Therefore, I may have a none issue here. I will check the wiring harness going from that ring to the gauge cluster.

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Mark,

There was no other box besides the gage pod that I know of. I just plugged the transceiver into the wiring harness and the wiring harness into the gage pod.

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Perl, you are correct. There is not other box. The shop manual does not exactly match what was installed. It's all good. Progress continues.

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Oh and by the way when I said "I" I meant "WE" meaning Roger Stine.

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Jeff, Art and I frequently recall that glorious day when you turned the key and your 4.6 simply started and idled. What a great sigh of relief followed by a cold refreshment. As I recall we later disabled your PATS. Before yours the only one we had running was Sergio's SUPERCOBRA.

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yes there is a box on 1998 and under with pats and it is about 4x4s2 inches in 1999 and up it is part of your instrument cluster
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Ricardo is correct. My 1997 has a box for the Pats system.

What I have found is the manuals didn't change to match the cars completly.

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Snakeskin,

Give us a call if you need a chip. We will give you forum pricing on it...


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Chris,

Thanks. My PATS issues have gone away. The car now starts and has been go-karted. No error codes thus far with the exception of the air bag light which will not be present when I do the gauge modifications.

But if I need to have a chip modified and burned, I will give you a call.

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I have a picture of the F6ZZ-15607-A transceiver. I broke the 3 little wires when I removed the steering column. I had to buy another to get the car started. I don't know how to paste pictures on the forum. I would be glad to email pictures of this if I had your email address. I would also donate this transceiver to the forum to be used as a loaner for who ever needs it. I eliminated PATS from my car so it is sitting here in a box.
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PATS Transceiver Module is the root cause of NO starts.

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I have a picture of the F6ZZ-15607-A transceiver. I broke the 3 little wires when I removed the steering column. I had to buy another to get the car started. I don't know how to paste pictures on the forum. I would be glad to email pictures of this if I had your email address. I would also donate this transceiver to the forum to be used as a loaner for who ever needs it. I eliminated PATS from my car so it is sitting here in a box.
I replaced the PATS transceiver Module (Part Number 15607) and the car started like a charm.
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