HOW TO GET NEW CAR KEY

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Asked by Aug 26, 2011 at 03:42 AM about the Lincoln Town Car

Question type: General

I LOST MY MAIN CAR KEY AND CAR MANUAL  , HOW CAN I GET NEW ONE AND HOW MUCH COST.

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Depending on the year of the car, you can go on eBay and get the door opener and a key. The seller has the programming info for it too.

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I want to know how much would a key for a 2001 lincoln

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Two replacement key programmed at the dealer cost 218.00 Seems like a huge rip off to me and dealer service people were very smug. I am h going to check out that ebay info for comparison

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