2017 Ford Fusion Keyfob programming. Key not found issues need help.

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Asked by Jun 12, 2017 at 07:33 PM about the 2017 Ford Fusion Titanium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I got 1 aftermarket  / eBay and second one  from my
spare ford car  both are 5 button remote same as my 2
original fusion  2017 remote.  

But when I enter programming mode. By following
instructions on book it just says key not found!  Any
solutions ?

Do I need to do something special ?
Car is Ford Fusion 2017 Titanium

5 Answers

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Sometimes Ebay items don't end up being cheap. Time for a trip to your friendly Ford dealership.

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First key was from eBay Second key was from my Ford Fusion 2017 working on that car but won't program on this one. ( on that one dealer gave me 3 keys when I bought new )

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All keys need to be programmed all at once.

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That's what I am trying to do. Car book says I can program 3rd and 4 key if I have 2 ( which I do ). But when I put 3 key to program on slot it says no key found. Programming failed. It says to both non program keys.

Your Fusion keys will need to be programmed by an Automotive locksmith via a scan tool. Many newer vehicles have to be programmed in via scan tool. Find a local locksmith, usually cheaper ! Good luck !

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