What is a strattec key for?

What is a strattec key for?

Key fobs enable customers with the convenience of remotely locking and unlocking the doors, unlatching the trunk or liftgate, remotely starting the engine, activating a “Panic” function in emergencies, as well as passive entry and passive start functionality.

Does a strattec key have a chip in it?

Product Description. This is a Strattec Transponder Chip Ignition Key for select Ford vehicles. This key has 128-Bit transponder chip inside that requires programming.

What does SA mean on Ford key?

STRATTEC 80 bit key
To identify the difference between the 40 and 80 bit transponder keys, the STRATTEC 80 bit key blanks will have the letters “SA” stamped on the blade and the 40 bit key blanks have the letter “S” stamped on the blade.

How do you unlock a Ford car without a key?

If you locked your keys inside your vehicle and a spare key is not available, you may still be able to unlock your vehicle:

  1. Option 1: Remote unlock using the FordPass®* App.
  2. Option 2: Use the keyless entry code (if equipped)
  3. Options 3: Contact Roadside Assistance.
  4. Note: Ford cannot remotely unlock a vehicle.

Are there chips in Ford keys?

email: [email protected]. In 1996 Ford was one of the first American car companies to use the Transponder key. Which is a key that has an electronic chip inside the head of the key that relates to the computer system of the vehicle that allows the car to start.

How can I get a key made for a lock without a key?

If it’s a lost key a locksmith can make you a key without the original, as locksmiths can make keys to lock by hand. By using a blank and a file and the skills, they’ve developed over the years a locksmith can create a key from scratch without the need for an original key.

Where is the transponder in a Ford key?

The transponder key contains an electronic micro-chip built into the head of the key, which is why some people call them chip keys. Transponder is short for transmitter and responder.

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