Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
You can have a *clone* key made at Home Depot or some other store that makes clone keys. These keys are relatively expensive, but less than getting one from a Ford dealer. In the future, you might want to consider making a third key (you have to have two different keys, not a key and its clone, to make a third one). This way, if you lose a key, you can have a replacement made inexpensively. You can program keys yourself (refer to owner's manual), so all you would need to do is buy a blank (not too expensive), have it cut, then program it. Again, this is not an option if you only have one key, or a key and its clone. The expensive route is the only one for you at this point.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
Expidition 2003 Eddie Baurer version Two from seat (forward and backwards) motors ceased functioning in past few weeks. this will be the THIRD replacement for a car that has one driver, me. So whats a solution avoiding the dealers remedy.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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