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Lost keys the keys to my 1996 ford thunderbird LX were lost i have called several lock smiths some tell me that i can bring the switch in and they can make me a key others are telling me that they have to come to the car because the key has to be programed to the car. which is it ?

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A 96 ford thunderbird should not have a programible key. id call the ford dealer to verify

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