Ford / Lincoln / Mercury / Mazda 4-Btn Remote -NO CHIP (BRK)

$30.00 $15.00
  • Item #: 1779
  • Model: BRK-RH-FOR-07.4
  • Manufacturer: BlueRocket


AMAZING NEW PRODUCT! This is a complete replacement for the Ford / Lincoln / Mercury / Mazda 3 or 4-button remote and also incorporates a H75 blade that flips out to start the car. Use on-board programming just like the original remote. Made to look and work exactly like the popular VW remotes.


Works on the Following Models
Ford Crown Victoria 2007-2010
Ford Econoline 1999-2007
Ford Escape 2000-2014
Ford Escort 1998-2004
Ford Expedition 1998-2012
Ford Explorer 1998-2012
Ford Explorer Sport Trac 2001
Ford Five Hundred 2005-2007
Ford Focus 2000-2013
Ford Fusion 2006-2012
Ford Mustang 1999-2014
Ford Ranger 1998
Ford Taurus 1998-2012
Ford Thunderbird 2002-2005
Lincoln Aviator 2003-2005
Lincoln LS 1999
Lincoln Navigator 2001-2012
Lincoln Town Car 1998-2009
Mazda B-Series 1998
Mercury Cougar 1999-2002
Mercury Grand Marquis 2006-2011
Mercury Mariner 2005-2011
Mercury Montego 2005-2007
Mercury Sable 1999-2005
Mercury Tracer 1999
Buttons Lock
IC --
Part #s 2S4T-15K601-AB
CAN 1788 104 575
Frequency 315
Chip --
Battery --
Emergency Key --
Test Key H75
Reuseable --
Condition --

Note that your customer's vehicle ignition must not have ears or you must remove ears from the ignition.



WARNING:Please note that unlike the more expensive Strattec brand, the remote portion of all aftermarket Ford remote head keys such as this key does not program along with the chip using your diagnostic tool. Please program the buttons using the standard Ford on-board programming process, as follows:

  1. Turn any key in the ignition 6, 8, or 10 times until door locks cycle. (In later models you will hear a chime rather than door locks cycle)
  2. Within 20 seconds press any button on the remote(s) you are programming, locks will again cycle to confirm remote was programmed.
  3. Turn ignition to off postion. Locks will cycle one last time confirming car has exited programming mode. Test remote(s).

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have trouble getting your vehicle to enter programming mode try buckling the driver and passenger-side seatbelts.


Not for nothing, but I had a locksmith customer tell me that the above procedure did not work on his 2015 Escape but how he got the job done was the following...

First he used his MVP to get the chip programmed to the car and get the car started. Then he shutdown the car and buckled the seatbelt and made sure the door was closed before starting the procedure of adding the remote function. He put the key into the ignition, turned the car on, pressed a button on the remote, the door locks cycled to show it was in program mode, then the car took the remote. This procedure may help you.

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