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i have a copy of my original key with no chip and i broke my orig key in half, now i cant get my 2000 mustang to start, is there away to bypass the passive anti theft system, could i take the chip out of my orig key and solder it to my copy??[:@]
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wait so you have a key which is broken in half but with a chip, and you have a full key which has no chip but was just a extra for the doors and trunk right? if so just take the full key and the half key to the dealership and pay the $50. to have them make you one that way you dont have a ghetto soldered key.
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pull the fuse, for a temporary solution. Its underneath the dash in the top corner. THen just have a copy made.
What? its that easy? I dont think so, at least on the 99+. If it was that easy to bypass the system, why are the chips put in the keys in the first place? The chip is for anti-theft. It would be alot easier for someone to steal the car if all you had to do is pull a fuse.
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