so would this work in my 2000 ford 150

Asked by Mar 17, 2013 at 04:02 PM about the 1997 Lincoln Continental FWD

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Yes. I would help if I knew what the question was about but given a 50/50 chance, I'll go with yes.

tenspeed is right what are you asking. Engine, Transmission, Rearend?

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if your asking about the key. then no it most likely will not work. it sounds like you lincoln doesnt have PATS which is the passive anti theft system. im pretty sure the F150 does and it wont start without a chiped key.

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