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Old 06-30-2014, 12:42 AM
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Got replacement key for '04 150, lots of questions answered

I always keep a hide a key , on my bumper on my '04 f150 , I noticed about 6 months months ago , that it had come off , I don't know how or when it came off , but I went to get a new one . WHAT ??? $125 at locksmith !!

I was in Lowes today and asked the key guy if he could make one , he said sure ,... $75.00,...He took my only key , stuck it in a slot on a box , pushed a button , stuck the new one in , pushed the button , I opened my door with it , put it in the ignition , and started right up,...I guess that settles a lot of questions .
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I guess that settles a lot of questions .
What question are you are referring to?

Just FYI, the key you had made is a cloned key, not a master copy key.

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The pats system probably picked up the signal from the first key since you had them both in the truck. I believe it still need to be programmed.
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The pats system probably picked up the signal from the first key since you had them both in the truck. I believe it still need to be programmed.
Hmmmm good idea , I will put the master key in the house and see if it still works , I know it opened the door and started , but if not , how would you go about getting a true master key ? I don't know what value a key would have that wont start your truck unless the other one is near bye ,...we shall see
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What question are you are referring to?

Just FYI, the key you had made is a cloned key, not a master copy key.

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Well,...I got home , put my "master key" , in the house , (in the freezer to be exact , put in the "clone " and it started right up ,
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Well,...I got home , put my "master key" , in the house , (in the freezer to be exact , put in the "clone " and it started right up ,
Apologies, I figured clone vs master copy was becoming common knowledge.

As you know, the owner of a vehicle can program a third, fourth, etc PATS key if the owner has two functioning master copy PATS keys. A cloned key cannot be used to program another PATS key.

Nothing earth shattering, just more of a "hey, by the way, you do know...." kind of post.

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For those with 1 key and who want a quick...and relatively cheap fix compared to buying from the Dealership

Walmart and certain other stores now clone keys. They copy the RFID tag on your 1 working key and "clone" that tag to a blank RFID chip/key.

You still can't program your own keys, but at least you'll have 2 working keys. It was roughly $65 for the keys
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Apologies, I figured clone vs master copy was becoming common knowledge.

As you know, the owner of a vehicle can program a third, fourth, etc PATS key if the owner has two functioning master copy PATS keys. A cloned key cannot be used to program another PATS key.

Nothing earth shattering, just more of a "hey, by the way, you do know...." kind of post.



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Well I was sure wondering , I know it took quite a while for the guy to make the 2nd key , but he said it would work just like a factory one ,...just a lot cheaper. Lowes ,....lol
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