Asked by Apr 09, 2016 at 05:24 PM

Question type: General

ii have a 2001 Ford focus ...lost my key.
to start it...have new One is there a site to
get the codes to cut  the key, ,,match vin
numbers or something

1 Answer


Only the Ford dealer that sold the car new would have that information, but as it is an 01 that information might no longer exist. Your best bet now is to have a locksmith "pick out" the code and cut your key to match, then all you have to worry about is the security system turning on and shutting down the vehicle due to the improper key chip code. and for that you will have to go to the dealer unless the locksmith has the necessary equipment, doubtful but possible. HTH

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