2000 Lincoln Ls

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Asked by Dec 27, 2015 at 10:54 AM about the 2000 Lincoln LS V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just bought a 2000 lincoln ls from a friend
but right before i bought it he lost the key
but i figured i could bypass it some how. Ive
watched a bunch of youtube videos n tried
to ask a few friends of mine to help get
passed the computer system but they are
unfamiliar with it and i dont wanna mess it
up

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We normally don't tell people how to steel a car, take the vin # and go to a dealership and get a new key. You'll have to prove ownership.

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I didnt steal the car, i bought it as i stated in my question. Its just really expensive for a new key.

79,215

Then your friend owes you a key.

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The anti theft system on the car requires 2 programmed keys. Ford does not keep key codes on file for vehicles over 10 years. Your best bet is finding a real locksmith (not pop a lock type) that can come to the car and cut the keys and program them. When you call them ask if they have experience doing this and if they have some kind of certification.

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I did its just expensive so i was trying to figure out a way to get around it but looks like im just gonna have to wait it out till i get the money. Thank you.

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You will have to spend the money. Most lock smiths can not accomplish this task. You may end up at the dealership anyway. The anti-theft is really difficult to bypass for a reason. Think about it....

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