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2005 ford focus, is there a special location that they put the lug nut key?

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The lug wrench is
located in a bag next to the spare
tire (3–door and 5–door models) or
on top of the spare tire (sedan and
wagon models). and the key was in this bag.
but they dont always get put back.
im sure you have checked your glove box
if you cant find it any tire repair shop can remove the lock and replace it with a standard one.
good luck
paul

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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