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I LOST MY 2004 FORD EXPLORER KEYS AND IS AT A BUSINESS. IS THERE ANY WAY TO START IT? TO GET IT TO MY HOUSE AND ILL FIGURE IT FROM THERE, CAUSE THE LAST THING I WANT IS IT TO GET STOLEN......THANKS AHEAD......

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  • tattoos4chea Oct 01, 2009

    i new i would probly half to do that, thanks anyway

  • tattoos4chea Oct 01, 2009

    people come on this site for help, f**kn idiots like you just talk trash, get a f**kn life, common sense i got to get a tow truck!!!!!!!!!! thats why im figuring out a different solution, thats save money...

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Who's to say you are not trying to steal it now? you going to have to call a tow turck

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  • steve noel Oct 01, 2009

    no need for obsenities jus seaking your intrest, we give info and we don't know who we are giving it to,we have to be responsible and very careful . let say some one ask you how to open a yale door lock on there kitchen door over the phone,you tell them how ,only to find out later they broke into your hose or kid napped little suzy from next door how would you feel.

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Even if you could start it, you could'nt steer it. have it towed to the Ford Dealer or call a good locksmith. the good ones can fix it right there in the parking lot.

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