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Hi I've just joined. So HELLO EVERYONE.
I own a semi auto 2017 mustang and was wondering what happens if I have to jump start it.
The past few days it has sat in the freezing cold and now the battery is dead as can be.. not even enough power
to have ignition lights on, I'm hoping it will not do anything to the electronics .
when I jump start my other car I have to reprogram the radio etc.
Also do any of you know if it has the engine block heater fitted as standard?
as looked at manual not much help
Thanks in advance.
 

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Any time the battery is drained or removed the radio and many other electronics will reset and relearn. But if done correctly it should not harm your car. In the US the cars do not have block heaters. Not sure overseas but if i had to bet i would say no.

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Any time the battery is drained or removed the radio and many other electronics will reset and relearn. But if done correctly it should not harm your car. In the US the cars do not have block heaters. Not sure overseas but if i had to bet i would say no.

And welcome.
Yep, no block heaters in Aussie models either.
 

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Welcome to the forum.

There are no issues in jump starting these cars. I've had to do it when my battery died before replacement. And No, block heaters are not standard equipment.
 

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Welcome to the group.

Didn't know a block heater was even an option!
 
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