its a 2001 ford explorer sport


Asked by Aug 21, 2014 at 12:40 AM about the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport 2WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My question was about car not starting an anti theft

6 Answers


It could be the chip in the key is bad. Do you have the other key?


No I only have the one key


I had the security locksmith come to my house to try and reprogram a key for me and they tried 3 keys could not reprogram any of them

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Seems like your going to be at the mercy of your local friendly Ford dealer.


Thank you so much for answering my question I was trying to avoid that because they b wasn't 135.00 to just v diagnose the v problem that's not including the work and labor but b thanks again for your help


Tell them you don't need the problem diagnosed. You know what the problem is. Sometimes the dealer repair shop makes the salesman look like choir boys.

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