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Ford Keys Not Working

Posted by Lynn Chambers on Tuesday, February 24, 2015,
Ever have a replacement or duplicate transponder key for Ford, Mercury, or Lincoln made and it would not program to your vehicles computer? Your old keys worked just fine, but now the new keys won't program to your vehicle so it can start. Try checking the PCM fuse relay in your vehicles fuse panel. Many customers report the car hesitating to start or the immobilzer (anti-theft) light coming on intermittently while driving or attempting to start their vehicle. This is a sure sign the PCM fuse...
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1998-2002 Honda and Toyota Keys

Posted by Lynn Chambers on Tuesday, February 24, 2015,
Did you know if you lose your only vehicles' key to an older Honda or Toyota vehicle that you could have to replace your immobilizer unit in the vehicle right alongside the keys? When Toyota and Honda first introduced transponder based systems in their vehicles to prevent auto theft, the immobilizer unit in these vehicles was meant to be replaced along with the keys. The keys are assigned to to the vehicles immobilizer unit from the factory. Unless the units computer is re-flashed (Honda) alo...
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