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  • A cup holder is standard for virtually all cars in North America. However, modern Fords, including Mustangs, have a removable cup holder insert. This feature is implemented in order to accommodate larger or taller cups.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n"},"@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/18\/000-214018.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/18\/000-214018.png","caption":"Holding the trip meter reset button for approximately 9 seconds allows access to a special in-dash diagnostic menu on the modern Ford Focus. Here, the driver can toggle features such as desired light levels, switching between miles and kilometers on the speedometer, and even add little details like a voltage meter. This special customization is very helpful if a Ford owner is traveling often between counties that differ on MPH\/KPH measurements, such as US\/Canada.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/17\/000-214017.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/17\/000-214017.png","caption":"This one has been verified for the Ford Flex, although we wouldn't be surprised if it's on other late Ford models as well. Holding down the 3 and 6 buttons on the radio will activate a special test mode for the radio and stereo system. This is a perfect utility for users who want a more intricate, customized experience with their vehicle's sound.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/16\/000-214016.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/16\/000-214016.png","caption":"This is another one for the modern Ford Mustang. Turning on the ignition, waiting for the airbag signal to turn off, then buckling and unbuckling the seatbelt will turn off that irritating sound the dash makes when the driver's seatbelt isn't plugged in. Of course, going without the seatbelt can't be recommended; it's an obvious requirement for safety. However, it's nonetheless interesting to know a little workaround like this exists.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/13\/000-214013.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/13\/000-214013.png","caption":"This is a bit of a weird one, verified for the Ford Focus. A second USB port isn't too crazy, but it's legitimately hidden behind the center console panel. It's also worthy to note that only one USB device can be linked with Ford's SYNC feature at once. A second USB could still come in handy though; if you've ever been on a road trip with someone and both needed to charge your phones at once, this feature would be a godsend.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/12\/000-214012.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/12\/000-214012.png","caption":"We found this one on a 2013 Ford Flex. Toggling the mirror adjustment joystick backward allows the mirrors to fold in. This is a helpful defense mechanism to keep your mirrors from being damaged or clipped while parked.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/15\/000-214015.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/15\/000-214015.png","caption":"An external tattle-tale is a name given to a rare feature: Additional turn blinkers on the front hood of the car. This is a neat doodad, and actually only available in North America currently on Ford's California GT Special.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/14\/000-214014.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/14\/000-214014.png","caption":"For higher trim Ford models equipped with power windows, one touch on the driver's window controls will move them up or down all the way. This slight detail is helpful for maximizing a driver's focus on the road in front of him. \r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/11\/000-214011.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/11\/000-214011.png","caption":"MyKey is a relatively new feature, introduced in the tech-savvy Ford Fiesta. It offers the owner to create custom driving profiles that will automatically limit certain conditions such as speed. This is a perfect tool for parents and teenage drivers who are still learning responsibility on the road.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\n","@type":"ImageObject","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/10\/000-214010.png","url":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/10\/000-214010.png","caption":"Turning something into a fun game is one of the best ways to encourage learning and good behavior. The Ford Fiesta includes an eco-friendly game on the in-dash display that means to teach good driving habits on the fly. Everything from good braking and smooth acceleration is tested. Good drivers who meet the conditions win little in-dash trophies. It's been often dismissed as a gimmick by car reviewers, but it is a surprisingly innovative way to encourage safe operation of Ford's vehicles.\r\n>>Join the conversation about Easter Eggs and Hidden Features right here in the Ford Trucks Forum!\r\nclick on over to the how-to section of for help keeping your truck in its best condition."],"mainEntityOfPage":"@type":"WebPage","@id":"https:\/\/\/how-tos\/slideshows\/10-ford-easter-eggs-and-hidden-features-470661","thumbnailUrl":"https:\/\/\/cimg\/\/original\/19\/000-214019.png","url":"https:\/\/\/how-tos\/slideshows\/10-ford-easter-eggs-and-hidden-features-470661"}"@context":"https:\/\/","@type":"Article","headline":"10 Ford Easter Eggs and Hidden Features","datePublished":"April 12, 2017","dateModified":"April 12, 2017","author":"@type":"Person","name":"Conor Fynes","url":"\/articles\/author\/conor-fynes"Log InRegisterForumsFord Truck Enthusiasts Site NavigationSite AnnouncementsNew Member IntroductionsRide Of The WeekUser Gallery & Picture DisplayNewer Light Duty Trucks2022+ F-150 Lightning2021+ F1502015 - 2020 F1502009 - 2014 F1502004 - 2008 F1501997 - 2003 F150Lightning, Harley-Davidson F-150, Roush F-150 & Saleen F-1502015 + Expedition & Navigator2007 - 2014 Expedition & Navigator1997-2006 Expedition & NavigatorSuper Duty/Heavy Duty2017+ Super Duty1999 to 2016 Super DutyLarge TruckExcursion - King of SUVsTowing ForumConventional (Bumper Pull) Towing; Travel Trailers & Pop-upsSlide-in / Truck CampersFifth Wheel & Gooseneck RV TowingToy Hauler Towing; Fifth Wheel & Bumper PullFlatbed, Car, Boat, Utility, Horse & Misc. 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