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A Video Guide on How to Disable Ford MyKey Settings using FORScan
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A Video Guide on How to Disable Ford MyKey Settings using FORScan

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The MyKey system is a safety technology introduced by Ford to promote better driving habits and help protect inexperienced drivers. Once activated, it can be hard for some owners to reset the settings. You can actually disable these settings using FORScan.    

A Youtube video guide created by Be Rodriguez shows a step by step process on how to disable the Ford MyKey Settings via FORScan using our very own OHP ELMconfig ELM327 FORScan OBD2 Adapter USB Scanner. Check out the guide on the video below:

The Ford MyKey system provides for main safety features. These are:

1. Top Speed Settings - If this feature is activated, you can limit your vehicle's speed to 65, 70, 75, and 80 miles per hour. The driver won't be able to accelerate once the set speed limit is reached.

2. The Belt Minder - This feature automatically mutes the vehicle's audio system and set a six-second alarm every 30 seconds until the seat belts are fastened by the front seat occupants.

3. Earlier Low Fuel warning: You can set an earlier low fuel warning different from the standard low fuel warning of your vehicle to offer more time for inexperienced drivers to take action on the diminishing fuel.

4. Screening Radio Content: You can limit the volume of your audio system to up to 45% of the max volume and restrict certain radio stations labeled as "explicit".

For related content, you can check out a more detailed guide of this process here: How to Disable the Ford MyKey Settings using FORScan

Special thanks to Be Rodriguez for this amazing guide, for more videos check out his Youtube channel here

To disable the Ford MyKey settings with FORScan, you will need a reliable FORScan adapter. Below are our featured OBD2 adapters that work flawlessly with FORScan. 

Note: For FORScan coding modifications, we recommend using the OBD2 USB adapter for it provides a more stable connection.