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2000 Ford Focus. Started yesterday morning but in the afternoon it would not turn over. Idiot lights came on but no noise from the ignition. Been starting just fine and showed no other symptons. Tried jumping it buts still got no results. Battery is new.

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If power is going to the starter then you may need a new one, if no power to starter the anti theft system may be the problem

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4. Within 20 seconds, press any button on second keyless remote. System will chime once to confirm programming.

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