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@TMRABIN ..... short answer is no. Some ford products share the same key fob and programming method. There is a recent and good discussion on this topic on a thread in this forum if you can find it in the search engine. I recommend looking at Amazon for a compatible fob and either following the instructions that reviewers on Amazon give or using your vehicles manual (which is what I did). You will likely need two working fobs to program your new fob or if you only have one fob you can purchase a second and have it cut and programmed at a good locksmith (cheaper) or a Ford dealer (more expensive).
 

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OEM fob's for doors can be programmed yourself. Youtube is full of how-to's.

Keys with the transponder chip and OEM electronic starters on the fob need to be programmed using a special kit from a locksmith, dealer or some hardware stores ex: Ace Hardware. The kit connects to your OBD2 port and programs to your car's specific transponder code.

This is not guaranteed to work if you have an aftermarket alarm/electronic starter and most places won't program key's/starter fob's if you have aftermarket ignition gear because they don't want the liability if it doesn't work.
 
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