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Every car I have owned has done this except this Mustang. When you turn the car off the power stays on until you open the door, then power will shut off. Is this normal for the mustang to not do this or has that option been disabled on the car. I sure like it when the power stays on and I hope it has just been disabled and I will be able to enable it.
I like that "feature" in my '09 G6, but my '04 GT does what you describe. Perhaps its a New Edge thang, perhaps its the Ford engineers leaving out the bonus add-ons like power
To be honest i never thought too much about it, beyond the fact it doesn't do it and that's that. I mean, seems to me there's some "streamlining" with the SN95, opting away from some of those pesky luxuries
2004 GT 5-speed
Stock, for now.
...A boomerang that doesn't come back, is a stick...
I was searching on google one day and thought i read something on how to enable and disable this, but I can't find it again. Does any own a 2001 Ford Mustang that does have this feature. when you turn the key off the power stays on until you open the door. If there is someone with a 2001 that has this feature then that means mine does to but it has been disabled. Please give me some feed back with yes or no.
Last edited by Lovo Blanco; 02-15-2013 at 09:04 PM.
Reason: I added different words to make it sound better, more understandable