Vehicle keys have come a long way—your keys have safety and convenience features built right in.
Your keys can do everything from wirelessly unlocking your doors to encouraging your teenagers to drive more responsibly.
Scroll down and we’ll teach you how to use them. Unfortunately, finding your misplaced keys is still up to you.
If you are concerned about putting a new driver behind the wheel of your Ford, MyKey® can help give you peace of mind.
MyKey helps keep important safety features on while a new driver is in control. It also lets you set vehicle speed and audio volume limits.
As MyKey only takes a few minutes to set up, encouraging your son or daughter to drive safely and responsibly has never been easier. Encouraging them to wear decent clothes? That’s going to be a little harder.
MyKey helps encourage responsible driving by letting you:
When MyKey is active, it:
Trusting your teens behind the wheel is a big step. So before you hand over the keys, discuss your expectations for their driving behavior, and for the proper care of the vehicle they’ll be using.
Here are a few things that you can cover with them:
IA technology makes fumbling for your keys a thing of the past.
This available feature—which works with push-button start—takes the work out of entering and starting your vehicle.
You simply keep the key fob in your pocket or purse. Your Ford will recognize it and let you enter the vehicle and start the engine.
Integrated keyhead transmitter is a complicated name for a convenient feature.
The integrated keyhead transmitter works as a remote keyless entry transmitter for your keyless entry system, which lets you quickly enter the vehicle.
It also functions as a programmed ignition key, which lets you lock or unlock the vehicle as well as start the engine.
This available feature lets you access the vehicle by simply entering a security code onto the keypad on the driver’s door.