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#1 John Plumtree

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Posted 07 May 2012 - 03:33 PM

sorry if i have posted in wrong place new to forum.I have just bought a 2001(y)focus saloon.The problem is i only have 1 remote key and i need a spare key,it doesnt have to be remote aslong as it opens the car and starts it.could someone please advice me how i go about it,as i know they have to be chipped or coded.do i go to ford dealers and how much will it cost please?thank you for reading

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#2 Mike77


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Posted 07 May 2012 - 08:07 PM

There are mobile key cutters that will do the job for you, not sure on price but a rough idea is, my last car, 2003 fiesta, I was quoted 80 quid for a 3 button keyfob, all programmed and ready to go, so it should be cheaper than that.

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Posted 28 May 2012 - 03:56 PM

i brought a 3 button fob with new blade of ebay last week for my focus £20 then went to a key shop located in a morrisons near me and he cut the key re chipped and programmed it for £20 so combined £40 dont hold me to this cause im only repeating what the guy said but ford will charge around the £150-£250 mark

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