The keys were lost to this 2001 Ford Windstar and I was called to help. Using our magic tools I was able to quickly create a key to open the door and turn the ignition. Of course the car would not start because it needed a chip key. The next step was to transfer the cuts of the working test key to a chip key blank. The final step was to connect my electronic key programmer to the vehicle and program the vehicle computer to accept the new chip key I had created. It is a technically complicated process using some very expensive tools, but it takes less than an hour to accomplish. I do the work at your vehicle thus saving you the expense and headache of towing the car to a dealer.