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My Escort Family. :)

Discussion in 'Photo Forum' started by RcCarRacer1992, Aug 6, 2012.

  1. RcCarRacer1992

    RcCarRacer1992 FEOA Member

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    Went up to the lake this weekend and snapped a couple pictures of my 94' White LX Sport. :)

    And then a picture of the trio in out front of the house. :)

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    neuspeedescort Moderator Staff Member

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    keeping track of what key goes to which white escort would become and issue.


    NEUMAN
  3. RcCarRacer1992

    RcCarRacer1992 FEOA Member

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    HA your tellin me. Plus add into the mix my red 91' EGT and both my dads WHITE 95' Escort Wagons. HA! Gotta learn the key cut for each car.
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    Intuit FEOA Member

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    You know the metal surrounding each keyhole ?

    Knick/scratch each one for a specific time say, 1 o'clock for the first, 3 o'clock for the second, 6 o'clock for the third and so-on.

    On the face of each key handle, make the same marking associated with the vehicle that it matches to.

    So in the end if you look at the lock you can say "Oh, I need the 9 o'clock key." then look through them to find the one with the matching mark.

    If you have enough room to scour a letter on that metal around the keyhole with an electric engraver, can use a more simplistic letter or number system. Escort "A" and "B" and "C" and so-on.
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    dougd New Member

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    nice scenery
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    SFD FEOA Member

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    My old 95 LX key worked in a bunch of other LXs.
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    LOWETGT FEOA Member

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    I had an employee drop off a customer's car at a hotel and he managed to lock the keys in the car(like he was supposed to), but left the lights on. :mad: I showed up with a slim-jim, but one of my Scort keys opened the door. I won the bet, but never got that beer...
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    I have opened lots of cars with my key, and even turned on a couple of cars, like my friend's honda..
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    Nice family!
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    scortin4life FEOA Member

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    Escort nut like me! Hahaha!
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    LOWETGT FEOA Member

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    scortin4life FEOA Member

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    aint that the truth! LOL
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  13. Intuit

    Intuit FEOA Member

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    I was at a tire place waiting on a new set to be mounted & balanced when the service tech approached asking whether there was a "trick" to getting the key to work in my ignition. Turns out the key wasn't to my 'scort, but instead belonged to a lady sitting next to me. Unlocked the doors/trunk okay, but wouldn't start the vehicle. Fortunately the ignition is way more sensitive to key variations.

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