Somewhere in ForScan there should be a PID for the key ID. It will give the ID number of the chip in the key that is in the ignition. That can tell you if you have cloned keys. An original and a clone will have the same ID number, two individuals will have different IDs.
If using Forscan you should be able to get into the PID menu for the PATS system and see how many keys have been programmed. It will accept up to 8.
Checking for cloned keys is harder, but if they both have the blue and silver Ford logo it is unlikely either is a clone. Clones have a more...
I agree, they are not super unstable. The key is to drive them like they are a small, tall SUV, not a Miata. If you aren't an idiot you won't have issues.
I will say mine starts to feel a little tippy around 80 MPH.
I saw Fifi at MAAM this summer. I think I got some videos of her one landing approach on my phone.
I'll have to look and see if I recorded it, or if I was too busy watching it with my eyes and not my phone.
During the big recalls on the Windstars where many of them were grounded for months waiting for rear axle beams and subframes a large dealership near where I worked had about 20 or 30 sitting on the lot grounded waiting for parts. One night some guys came in with torches and snagged all the cats...
Most teas, and lots of plants, contain some level of caffine.
For most teas brewing the bags for a minute and tossing out that water and starting fresh with the used bags is enough to decaffeinate the end result.