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maxamy 
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I just finished installing the remote starter on my wifes car.. It's a AS-9055T... I have the same kind on my truck...The problem is when I hit the remote for hers it starts both vehicles... Hers is a 2008 Mercury Sable mine is a 2007 F150.. I have AS 9055T's in both vehicles..I thought the remote programming was different for each remote starter...Any ideas? is there a way to change one of them? I sure could use some advice...
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Did you happen to accidentally program the your spare transmitter to your wife's car? I would try reprogramming the remotes again to see what happens.
maxamy 
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I reprogrammed the wifes car... not the truck though...I can't start her car with mine but everytime I use hers both vehicles start... I saw where there are 3 circuit boards available for this transmitter... are there only 3 code options or is there many code options per transmitter...??? As luck would have it, I have the same circuit board in each remote... :(
http://www./itm/231316135016?_trksid=p2060778.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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Reprogram both vehicles. The units should only allow 4 remotes. Assuming you have 2 remotes for each vehicle, program each remote twice to the proper vehicle. This will bump out any other remotes.
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maxamy 
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I reprogrammed my truck... 4 times and even did that 4 times...I generally overkill everything...It worked ..I still have to work on her car but at least her remote isn't starting my truck...Thanks for the help...I really appreciate it...
maxamy 
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Can anyone tell me if this unit will work on a 2008 Mercury Sable?
DEI 555F Bypass Module
http://www.remotestartexperts.com/dei-555fw.html
I haven't bypassed PATS yet but have everything else working great on her car...Thanks in advance...
maxamy 
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If not the DEI 555 can someone recommend a good one for me? I have used the AS-TCBM on my truck and it works great...a 3rd key isn't a problem for me so the "coffin type" boxes works good...I guess they stopped making the AS-TCBM... anyone here have an idea what is a good replacement? I will have the 3rd key soon... its a Mercury Mountaineer 2008 with an Audiovox AS 9055T installed... thanks in advance
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555F I don't think works on a car that new.
The AS-TCBM has been replace by the COD-UTI. Works well. DEI's 556U is very popular, high quality and works excellent....might cost you a couple bucks more than the others.
If you're looking for something that won't require you to lose a key, and doesn't need to be programmed on your computer, look at the Fortin KEY-OVERRIDE-ALL or DEI's rebadged version of it, the PKALL.
maxamy 
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Great info...thanks alot...
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You're welcome.
PS Did you get those 9055s refurbished online?
I've used some of them, and half of them work well, and half of them have had a defect in the antenna where there's only maybe 20-30 feet of range.
Hopefully you're lucky and yours are both OK. But be sure to test both cars from a distance, soon, while you could still contact your seller for a replacement antenna if need be.

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