Question about 2007 Ford Edge SEL Plus
The manual unlock is operated by a set of small levers in the door. Either the connecting rod between the key mech and the door lock has become loose or the mechanism inside the lock itself is faulty.
Modern cars don't like being unlocked manually, you might have tripped the security system by trying to unlock the door, which could be why the anti-theft mode is giving you a warning. It's usually more of a warning that someone has tampered with the door locks and couldn't gain entry or something like that. If your car came with a manual for the security system, read up on it.
Posted on Feb 18, 2015
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