Lock keys in car

Asked by Nov 05, 2016 at 10:44 PM about the 2003 Lincoln LS V8 Sport

Question type: General

Locked keys in car, don't know the entry code on
the car, what can I do to get into my car

13 Answers

104,605

Call AAA or go to your Ford/Lincoln dealer with the VIN and proof of ownership.

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113,935

Call a lock out service, you don't need new keys as your are in the vehicle so all they have to do is get the door open.

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104,605

That is, IF it really is your car.

Ha, ha, real cute, it's my dad's car, thank u sir

104,605

Good luck but you might be surprised by how many people ask questions here about defeating security systems.

113,935

By chance would Dad have a spare set of keys?

No he just gt keys made the other day, he was taking groceries in the house and sat keys on the seat and shut the door and his doors automatically locked

Bt i do thank u for the help, was just tryna keep him from spending another $250 for another set of keys

113,935

That is one I hate about Fords keyless entry system, sometimes just closing the door can activate the auto lock circuit, usually winds up having a bad keypad.

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113,935

A lockout service should not be that much, and some insurance policies will reimburse you under the towing part of the policy. That's what I have on my rigs.

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Yep

104,605

I love my key less entry on my Expedition but then again I remember the code.

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Thanks again I will tell him to try that, u have been helpful

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