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GerrardLFC

Programming New Key Fob Ford Focus 2012

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Hi,

I lost my spare key fob for my Focus Zetec 2012 so ordered a new one from ebay as well as a new blade to go in it that matches my key code.

I have the following keyfob: http://i.imgur.com/kx2KR3t.png

I am unable to find anywhere a guide to programming the buttons for a 2011/2012 focus.

Would anyone be able to give me advice on this?

Thanks!

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Unless you have the transponder programmed too It will not start your car.

You are best off finding a local Auto Locksmith to set the key up for you.

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Unless you have the transponder programmed too It will not start your car.

You are best off finding a local Auto Locksmith to set the key up for you.

Thanks for replying so fast. How much does this usually cost?

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It does vary.

Best to call a few and get quotes.

Having a cut blade will speed up the process, You'll be looking at about 2 minutes work tops.

key goes into ignition, IDS panel plugs into car OBD port, a few buttons pressed and job done.

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It does vary.

Best to call a few and get quotes.

Having a cut blade will speed up the process, You'll be looking at about 2 minutes work tops.

key goes into ignition, IDS panel plugs into car OBD port, a few buttons pressed and job done.

I've got the new fob and the blade cut so I only need them for the 2 minute job. I'm sure I'll get a few cowboy quotes!

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