I changed the computer in my 2000 ford excursion and now it won't start. Does it need to be programed?

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Asked by salvsdorycamacho55 Feb 05, 2017 at 02:25 PM about the 2000 Ford Excursion Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I bought a used computer for my 2000 ford excursion. Same number and
everything but the vehicle will not start. Do I need to have it programmed or
should it start.

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Why did you change the original EEC unit? Ford PATS anti theft Transponder Key Texas 4C..isn't entered into the computer.

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It keeps giving me false readings to the injectors and also the transmission output shaft speed sensor code comes on.Replaced sensor 3 times with ford new sensors and the same problem continues.

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How can I program my key to the computer that I purchased?

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