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Old 03-07-2012, 11:01 PM
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lost my keys.....

Well i just got finished moving a few months back and i started looking for the keys to my 71 and i musta miss placed them and i dont really wana get a new ignition cause then the doors will still be diffrent so does anyone know were i could have keys made from the door/igniton switch????

or maybe how to wire up a push button start?

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Locking glove box? key code should be on the lock cylinder. Same for the door. Remove lock cylinder. A ford dealer who has the code key cutting machine will be able to cut a new key(s) Or take cyl to locksmith to see what they can do. Need key to take ign lock cylinder out.
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Old 03-08-2012, 01:26 PM
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One of the door cylinders will have the key code stamped on it, I can't remember if it's the pass or drivers door, but only one has the code. A locksmith should be able to make one, had the same problem with my 67. Like George said, a Ford dealer can probably do it also.

I'd go with the door cylinder. Even if you have a key, the ignition is a PITA to take out.
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Great minds thinking alike , Pat. Pretty sure it's the pass door lock thet has the code. Was it Randy that bought some Ford stuff that had a key cutter?
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We'll have to ask him, George.
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Randy has a key cutter. He wanted to give it to me. Haha.

Anyway. Why is everyone saying it's a PITA to take the ign cyl out? I did it on my '74 in about 5 minutes. I didn't have the key either. I had to swap it with the one from my '76 so I could have a key instead of hot wiring it....

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I think you should call a local car locksmith.They will definitely solve this problem.

http://www.locksmith-in-chicago.com/car-key-locksmith/
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Randy has a key cutter. He wanted to give it to me. Haha.

Anyway. Why is everyone saying it's a PITA to take the ign cyl out? I did it on my '74 in about 5 minutes. I didn't have the key either. I had to swap it with the one from my '76 so I could have a key instead of hot wiring it....

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I wonder if it's different from the 67, mine was a pain to get out.
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