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Lincoln Navigator Key Blanks

Key blanks may be necessary from time to time for your Lincoln Navigator. If you lose a key or need a spare, a blank will allow you to make a duplicate. Understanding more about these types of parts will help you to get what you need.

What is a key blank?

A blank is a key that doesn't have any teeth cut into it. The blade itself is blank on both sides, which means it is not yet capable of being able to turn an engine. It could technically be used for any Navigator until it is cut.

How do you cut a key for a Navigator?

Cutting a key is a process commonly done by a locksmith or dealership because of the advanced equipment required. A machine will use a template (most commonly an existing key) to cut the teeth into the blade. Once the key grooves are cut, the sharp edges will be buffed. If you don't have a key for your Lincoln Navigator, it might be necessary to replace the ignition cylinder.

What is keyless entry?

Keyless entry is a feature that is included in key blanks that are built with transponder chips. The keyless entry system only works for a Lincoln that already has the necessary features installed. It would allow you to use short-wave radio frequencies to lock or unlock your car when you're close by. If you get this feature on a key, you will need to program the fob so that it works with your Navigator.

What is an OEM genuine key?

OEM genuine parts are available on the market. These are keys that often have the Lincoln logo and are produced by the original equipment manufacturer. It is the same manufacturer that makes the parts for the factory and dealerships. The alternative to OEM is aftermarket, which includes the many other brands that are available.

How do you buy key blanks for a Lincoln Navigator?

When you are shopping for key blanks for your SUV, it is important to consider a few factors, including the following:

  • Model year - Ensure you buy the part that will work for the model year you have.
  • Features - Consider the features you want, such as a retractable design or a keyless entry fob.
  • Quantity - You can buy multiple key blanks at the same time.
  • OEM vs aftermarket - Decide if you have a brand preference for your part.