Fitting keys to post-1984 Fords without PATS in .NET framework

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Fitting keys to post-1984 Fords without PATS
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Excluding the PATS system (more about PATS later in this chapter), there are two basic locking systems for post-1984 Fords. The newer system uses only disc tumbler locks (a sidebar disc tumbler is used for the ignition). The older system uses pin tumbler locks. During midyear production of the 1984 Mercury Cougar and the Ford T-Bird, Ford began using a sidebar disc tumbler ignition lock (similar to the one used by General Motors) and disc tumbler door locks. A convenience key is used to operate the locks either side of the key blade can be used. With the newer system, one convenience key is used to operate a vehicle s ignition and door locks. The double-sided key (Ilco blank 1184FD), sometimes called the 10-cut key, has 10 cuts on each side. The first six cuts (starting from the bow) are for the doors; the last six cuts (spaces 5 through 10) operate the ignition lock. Spaces 5 and 6 on the key correspond to the tumbler depths that the ignition and doors have in common. When the key is inserted into a door, the first six cuts are aligned with the tumblers; when the key is inserted into an ignition, the last six cuts are aligned with the tumblers. The older locking system uses two keys to operate all the locks of a vehicle; each double-sided convenienece key has only five cuts on each side. (The primary blank is an Ilco 1167FD; the secondary blank is an Ilco S1167FD.) In the older system, all the locks except the ignition lock are keyed alike and use the secondary key; the primary key operates only the ignition lock.
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Neither the ignition nor door locks of post-1984 Fords with disc tumbler locks have key codes stamped on them. The easiest way to fit a key to those vehicles is to cut a key by code if the code is available. The codes are stamped on key tags given to the purchaser of the vehicle. If no code is available, you can impression a key at one of the doors. If you need a key for the ignition, use the cuts of the key you made for the door to help you impression the key. Remember, the last two tumblers of the door lock have the same depth as the first two tumblers of the ignition lock. Another option is to remove and disassemble the lock.
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The ignition lock must be rotated about 30 to the right (to the On position) before it can be removed. This allows the retaining pin to be depressed and the pilot shaft to bypass an obstruction in the column so that the lock can slide out. You can rotate the cylinder by using a drilling jig (available from locksmith supply houses) to drill out the sidebar. The jig is held in place by a setscrew; insert a key blank into the lock to align the jig, and the jig aligns your drill bit. The jig allows you to drill easily through the roller bearings on either side of the lock s keyway. After drilling through the lock, rotate and remove it. Now you can rekey an uncoded ignition lock and use that as a replacement lock. Or you can use the service kit supplied to Ford dealerships to replace the lock.
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Ford s Passive Anti-Theft System (PATS) relies on low-frequency radio transmissions to identify the correct key for starting the vehicle. The system was first available in Europe on 1993 Ford vehicles. It was introduced in the United States on the 1996 Ford Taurus SHO and LS models and the Mercury Sable LX. The system uses a transponder (a glass vial about the size of a car fuse) sealed in the head of each ignition key. The transponder has 1 trillion possible electronic codes. When the properly coded key is inserted in the ignition of a PATS-equipped vehicle, the proper code is transmitted to the vehicle s control module, allowing the vehicle to be started. If a key with no code or the wrong code is used, the engine will be disabled. Until 1998, the PATS system was easy for locksmiths to service. In 1998, Ford modified the system. The new versions aren t locksmith-friendly and are commonly referred to by locksmiths as PATS II and PATS III. Vehicles equipped with the original PATS (or PATS I) include the 1998 Ford Contour, 1997 1998 Ford Expedition, 1996 1997 Ford Mustang, 1996 1997 Ford Taurus, 1998 Lincoln Navigator, 1996 1997 Mercury Sable, and 1997 1998 Mercury Mystique. Models equipped with PATS II in 1998 include Ford Crown Victoria, Ford Explorer, Ford Mustang, Ford Taurus, Lincoln Mark VIII, Lincoln Town Car, Lincoln Continental, Mercury Sable, Mountaineer, and Mercury Grand Marquis. The 1999 Mercury Cougar is also equipped with PATS II. General Motors A General Motors (GM) vehicle ordinarily uses sidebar disc tumbler locks for the ignition, door, and trunk and standard disc tumbler locks for the glove compartment and utility compartments. Some top-of-the-line GM vehicles have sidebar disc tumbler locks on the glove compartments. A pre-1974 GM has its ignition and door locks keyed alike, and all those locks are operated by the primary key. The code for the primary key can be found on the ignition lock.
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