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Greetings ethorsta, Whatever you do, don't...

Greetings ethorsta,

Whatever you do, don't pull on the panel. Most of the newer Ford model vehicles have no more than 2-4 screws holding the panel in place. Once those screws are removed you lift...
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Posted By HardeeLock

Greetings mlyle, From 1998-present year all...

Greetings mlyle,

From 1998-present year all Ford Explorers have factory installed immoblizers. The keys are programmed to the onboard computer and are called transponder keys.

Sometimes when a...
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Posted By HardeeLock

Greetings Goldstar, I wasn't selling any...

Greetings Goldstar,

I wasn't selling any products to anyone. Akaelsie wanted to know where to buy it so I referred them to their website.

What I should have stating is that I buy it by the...
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Posted By HardeeLock

http://www.ballistol.com/ I buy it by the...

http://www.ballistol.com/

I buy it by the case and sell some on the side to my customers.

CYA!
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Posted By HardeeLock

GlobalLocky, Thanks for your response. But...

GlobalLocky,

Thanks for your response. But you are preaching to the choir. I've been in the industry almost 20 years, with two businesses.

My point was to EricT to point out why locksmiths...
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Posted By HardeeLock

EricT, You said: "I still dont get why...

EricT,

You said:

"I still dont get why the locksmiths charge what they do, not trying to incite flames, but for my 10 locks it woulda cost 250-350$ in my area."

Evidently you have never...
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Posted By HardeeLock

WD-40 may lubricate but it is not a lubricant. ...

WD-40 may lubricate but it is not a lubricant.

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This is from WD-40's website:

What does WD-40 stand for?
WD-40 literally stands for Water Displacement, 40th attempt. That's the...
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Posted By HardeeLock

I would use Ballistol before anything else. WD-40...

I would use Ballistol before anything else. WD-40 is not a lubricant. It is a water displacer. Hence the WD in it's name. It's great for inhibiting rust and corrosion. If you are going to lube...
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