Question about 1997 Ford Escort
Call the dealer with your VIN# . They should be able to look up the key code and can probably cut a key from that. If not , there are many locksmiths that for a fee can come to your car an fuss with a key blank until it works in your ignition. A good salesman will write your key code in your cars owners manual. The original dealer may be able to look up the code in there records(not a good option for an old car , the paper work is in a vault some where in a box under a pile of boxes.)
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