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Key not opening driver's side door when battery is dead

I have a 1999 Ford Explorer Sport and my battery completely died today, while I was driving. I pulled it into a parking lot and got a ride home, but when I went back to try and jump my car, my key would not work in the driver's side door. The remote or keypad would not work either...what do I do now??? Please help!

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Well your car is equiped with a electronic chip in the key and if the car has no power the key cannot "talk" to the main computer in the car.

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