MyKey

Asked by AmyV628 Jan 23, 2020 at 07:29 PM about the 2012 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: General

I have a 2012 Ford Fusion. How do I
deactivate the mykey without the master
key??? I hate this crap on my car. I bought it
used and it only came with one key. I dont
want to have to spend hundreds of dollars for
the Ford dealership to do it. Help!!!

3 Answers

281,135

I think you are stuck with the dealer fees if you do not have the master key.

210,535

I would check for a good locksmith in your area, they may have the equipment to cut and reprogram a master key for you, now it’s not cheap but not as much as the dealer will be.

112,685

Agree, our dealership would charge 1/2 hour, but most will get you for 1 hour labor and you will need to buy a second key.

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