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#16 Stoney871

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 07:39 PM

There was a date after which the ability to self programme keys was removed but not totally sure for your car tbh.
It was an ability on the MK1/1.5 Focus but not on the MK2 onwards so there is a possibility that you'll need an auto locksmith with an IDS pad.
Best thing to do is try yourself first and go from there.
A locksmith could do it in about 5 minutes.

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 07:41 PM

ui

Yes, that's it. :)

So once I get my cut key... Can I fully program it using my two keys? Or do I always need an auto locksmith?


Please could you point me in the direction of somebody who would tailor cut the key?

Thanks

Cam

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 07:44 PM

If you want to try programming your own new key.

Try this first-

PATS II (Immobiliser) System Programming

This needs the two original already programmed keys to access programming mode.


Insert the first already programmed key into the ignition and turn to position II
Turn back to 0 and remove the key
Insert the second already programmed key into the ignition and turn to position II
Turn back to 0 and remove the key
Key programming mode is now activated and you have ten seconds to:
Insert the unprogrammed new key into the ignition and turn to position II
Turn back to 0 and remove the key
Allow 10 seconds to pass for the system to exit programming mode.


Central Locking Programming Instructions:

Insert the ignition key and turn from position II (Ignition) to position 0 (All off) and back four times within three seconds.
Remove the ignition key. The locking control system is now in "learn mode" for the next 20 seconds and the red warning system LED should stay on continuously to indicate this.
During the 20 seconds press one of the transmitter buttons. The remotes signal and code number is learned by the locking module and is indicated by flashing the warning system LED.
Wait until learn mode times out (20 seconds) or switch the ignition back to ON.

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Posted 04 February 2013 - 07:49 PM

ui

Please could you point me in the direction of somebody who would tailor cut the key?

Thanks

Cam


There are eBay sellers that will cut a Tibbe from a code, read as per my earlier instructions and send them the information-

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item3f20d944c7

Or some high street cutters can do it for you too. (Some Timpsons may).

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 11:46 AM

If you want to try programming your own new key.

Try this first-

PATS II (Immobiliser) System Programming

This needs the two original already programmed keys to access programming mode.

Insert the first already programmed key into the ignition and turn to position II
Turn back to 0 and remove the key
Insert the second already programmed key into the ignition and turn to position II
Turn back to 0 and remove the key
Key programming mode is now activated and you have ten seconds to:
Insert the unprogrammed new key into the ignition and turn to position II
Turn back to 0 and remove the key
Allow 10 seconds to pass for the system to exit programming mode.


Central Locking Programming Instructions:

Insert the ignition key and turn from position II (Ignition) to position 0 (All off) and back four times within three seconds.
Remove the ignition key. The locking control system is now in "learn mode" for the next 20 seconds and the red warning system LED should stay on continuously to indicate this.
During the 20 seconds press one of the transmitter buttons. The remotes signal and code number is learned by the locking module and is indicated by flashing the warning system LED.
Wait until learn mode times out (20 seconds) or switch the ignition back to ON.


I found this on the manual :) Is this all I need to program the new (cut) key - or is there another step I require an auto locksmith for?

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 03:03 PM

As i said before, Ford did remove the ability at some point on the Focus (definitely on the MK2 and coincided with them going from a Tibbe key to the lazer type flat blade key).
At the end of the day it's worth a go, either it will work or it won't, no harm in trying first.
Better to see if you can programme your extra key for free first as i'm pretty sure you'd kick yourself if you called out a locksmith and they did exactly what I posted and charged you £--- for it.

But if it works for you then it really is that simple, no smoke and mirrors or sleight of hand ;)

BTW, what's curious to me is that my Parents have a 07 plate Fusion 3 and they still have tibbe keys on it long after all other Fords have changed to lazer keys.

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Posted 10 October 2014 - 06:57 PM

Can I just get a basic spare key without programming it - that I can use in the door to unlock the car, boot and in the ignition?

 

Just as a back up if I lose the only programmed/remote key?

 

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Posted 10 October 2014 - 07:48 PM

You can use a non remote key but will still need a programmed transponder in it or else you can't start the car.
Additionally, if you have the factory fitted alarm then when opening the locks manually you will need to put a transponder key into the ignition to deactivate it.

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