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2003 ford focus SE, WONT OPEN DOORS OR HOOD, Battery is dead dont have keys , they have to stay in the tumbler because broken pins.

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You should be able to take proof of ownership and a picture ID to your local Ford dealer and they should be able to retrieve you key code on line and cut you a blank key(no pats) that would open the door.

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http://www.fordservicecontent.com/Ford_Content/Catalog/owner_information/2014-Edge-U387-Owner's-Manual-First-Print_om_en-us_11_2013.pdf

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I suggest using a little effort on the key. Do not break the key!!!.
In the following forum the owner indicated a different feel as if the mechanical lock was maybe interacting with the anti theft system!!

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I hate the way they have incorporated these new alarm systems so that you cant open the doors when the battery is dead, some cars will lock you inside unable to open door from inside. The electric door locks are what is keeping you from being able to unlock doors. Some people go to Auto Zone and rent the tool that can be slid into the door by way of the window opening, this doesn't always work. the best way to get in is to go under the car with a set of jumper cables and charge the battery from the large battery cable that is connected to the starter.. charge battery enough to access door locks P.s. it wont take much power to use key to unlock door after the battery has a small charge..

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at this point you have 2 options, 1, go to a parts store and get a jimmy kit that helps you break into the car by unlocking the door, whicch sometimes can be tricky or if you have aaa they will unlock it for you for free, 2, you would have to reach from underneath and feel around for the cable, folow it to the latch assembaly and carefully release the latch assembaly, this way wil be very difficult and a tight area.
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If you are jumpering the starter, then the battery is not being drained, the starter may have a bad solenoid.
If the problem still is a dead short, a painstaking troubleshooting is required.
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