I lost the spare key to my Ford Edge.

Asked by Aug 23, 2015 at 02:51 PM about the 2009 Ford Edge Limited AWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Any suggestions other than buying a $175 key from the dealer?

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Try a locksmith.

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You'll have to go back to the dealer anyhow to get the new key programmed to your car. I'd bite the bullet and just let the dealer do the whole thing. HTH. -Jim

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The $175 will motivate you not to lose the key again.

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Now Bob, that's a best answer, if I ever heard one!! -Jim

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47,665

Thought you would like that. She should be glad this was not a Mercedes or it would have been about $400

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67,335

I guy at work has a '12 Chrysler 300. He did the same thing. Cost him $325.00. This poster is indeed lucky!! -Jim

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