Again thank you both for the responses. I have been busy and unable to work on this. Last night I did get it working perfectly. But not exactly as the guide says.
I did set the options as described. A1-A11 are ON, and D2 and D6 OFF.
During the programing steps of inserting the 1st key, then the 2nd. I had a very hard time having the yellow light come one during the second key. If the yellow led did NOT come on, that always ended up with "No key detected" message appearing when attempting to start. I also never got the RED led to blink 10 times.
Here is what I did, and what happened. (Wiring is only the 2 wires for CANBUS, and the T-harness plugs, including the 3 wires connected to the 4 wires).
I reset the unit. Firmware 34
Connected the flash unit to my laptop, then set the options on the unit. Set all settings as listed. EXCEPT, I chose Lock, Unlock, Lock.
In the car.
Held the button as plugging in the black plug. The BLUE and RED leds were lit, released button.
Connected the remaining plugs
Inserted key 1 (YELLOW led turned ON, The BLUE and RED leds were ON), turned to ON, counted to 3. Removed key (YELLOW led turned OFF, BLUE and RED leds were ON)
Inserted key 2 (NO YELLOW led) (BLUE and RE D leds were ON), turned to ON, counted to 3, removed key.
The BLUE and RED leds were ON
Pressed and held the button until ignition came on (The BLUE was ON and RED led was OFF), released button ( BLUE led blinked as the ignition came on).
The BLUE and RED leds flashed (couldn't count, about 10)
A pause, about the amount of time it would need to blink 10 times.
Then the BLUE led blinked 10 times.
The ignition turned off, and all leds turned off.
Tested both keys, lock, unlock, lock. The vehicle starts perfectly.
So it works, the programming was just a bit off of the guide. I understand there have been firmware updates, and guide updates as more vehicles are added, and others corrected. I doubt Fortin has the ability to test the firmware, and revise the guide on every vehicle that unit works with, and every year of that vehicle. OEM's love making the smallest changes between years.
After all this, I am still picking one up for my F150 (this one was for the wife’s Escape). Not only that, but after telling a couple of guys at work that I did get the unit programmed correctly and works perfectly. They are getting one too (both F150 owners). Since I already have a programmer the price of the unit is pretty much unbeatable. The simple install, integration with the T-harness, really only 2 wires to splice in. It’s the best choice. The support was a factor too. Thanks.