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I lost the chipkey to my2000 explorer.tried to get one programed

The tech said the transmitters not getting the signal. what to do can idisable the alarm to use my vehicle some way?

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    i have a key but the tacnnician said that the transmitter on the part around the key wasnt getting the signal.Can i replace that piece and then get him to program the key to it?

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You cant its called patts system on ford cars and it is programed into the pcm on the car the key must be programed by a ford dealer

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No you will need the key with the chip in it or the truck will not run. The key has a transmitter in it and when you put it in the ignition it sends a freqwency out and that is how the truck starts or dosent get stolen if ya dont got the key.

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