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Use the information display to create a MyKey.1. Insert the key you want to program into the ignition. With a push-button start(if equipped), put the Intelligent Access key in the backup slot see the Startingand Stopping the Engine chapter for the backup slot location.2. Turn the ignition on.3. From the main menu within the information display, press OK or the buttonto navigate through the various screens. Select Settings and then MyKey.4. Press OK or the to select Create.5. When prompted, hold the OK button until you see a message informing youto label this key as a MyKey. The key will be restricted at your vehicle’s nextstart.After the key is successfully programmed, make sure you label it so you can distinguishit from the admin keys.You can also program optional settings for the key(s). Refer to Programming/ChangingOptional Settings.Programming/Changing Optional SettingsNote: All programmed keys can be cleared within the same key cycle inwhich a key was programmed, otherwise an admin key is required to clear the keys.To clear all keys, refer to Clearing all MyKeys.You can access the optional settings through the information display control.1. Turn the ignition on using an admin key.2. Access the main menu and select Settings, then MyKey.3. Use the arrow buttons to get to an optional feature.4. Press OK or to scroll through settings.5. Press OK or to make a selection.See also:Opening and closing the hood1. Inside the vehicle, pull the hood release handle located under the bottomof the instrument panel near the steering column.2. Go to the front of the vehicle and release the secondary hood l ...LiftgateWARNING: It is extremely dangerous to ride in a cargo area, inside oroutside of a vehicle. In a crash, people riding in these areas are more likely tobe seriously injured or killed. Do not allow ...AccessoriesFORD CUSTOM ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR VEHICLEA wide selection of Ford Custom Accessories are available for your vehicle throughyour local Ford or Ford of Canada dealer. These quality accessories have ...
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Hi Everyone -In my 2013 SHO, I needed to use the Backup Slot in the center console since I dropped remote on the cement, lost the battery somewhere in the grass, at night...it was a mess. So, I slipped the remote into the Backup Slot so I can start my car without a remote battery, and it would not work.Well, I was stuck. Luckly, a radio shack was open nearby and installed a new battery, an viola!...But....this Backup Slot does not work. When I got home, I even took the battery out of the other remote to test and nothing.I got my car new in Nov 13, do you think the slot was not active? Is this something that has to be enabled prior to delivery to work with my fobs?It's very odd.Thanks,- MarkWell, I went to the dealership this morning to have it looked it.
First I was told by the service adviser that I am not supposed to use that port as it's for programming remotes only. I swear. I don't know where they get these people.Told the adviser what it is used for, even showed him in the manual. So, he takes the car in for a look. After an hour, they have verified it does not work, but can't figure it out. They said they need my car for 2-3 days so they can diag. the wiring.
I swear. I give up. Told them don't touch it, and I left.So...there you go. I don't use the MyKey function anyway, but it would be nice to have it in case the remote dies....so, moving on with life...!- MarkWell, check this out......after I left the dealership, even though they could not fix it, I tested it....and it still did not work. I went back to the alarm place, and they said they would figure it out without that backup slot enabled.When I picked up my car from the alarm place, they said it works now, that the dealership must have done something.
Well, I tested it after the dealership and it was not working, though I did not tell them that.....so.....I am assuming the alarm place hooked up something they shouldn't from the beggining, and it caused it to be not active. Now...my back up slot is working.....and I have a great alarm system.....starting my car from my android or 1 mile transmitter....which is nice, because our remote start range is for the birds.I appreciate everyone's responses to help figure this out....- Mark
2013 Ford Escape Review: Car Reviews .
By Colum Wood Apr 24, 2012 Photos by FordIf it ain’t broke, replace it. That, at least, seems to be the motto at Ford when it comes to the brand’s Escape compact crossover.FAST FACTS 1. Three engines are on offer: a 168 hp 2.5L, a 178 hp 1.6L EcoBoost and a 240 hp 2.0L EcoBoost.2. Fuel economy for those three engines is: 22/31, 24/33 and 22/30 mpg (for front-wheel drive).3. The 2013 Escape starts at $23,295 and tops out at $31,195 (including $825 for delivery).4. An available hands-free liftgate is a segment first.Truthfully, the previous Escape was not without its flaws, many of which were simply the result of it being an old product. And yet people flocked to Ford dealers to trade in whatever they could in order to buy an Escape. What, then, made the truck-styled cute-ute a top choice for so many consumers? And yes, we did just answer our own question.
Its looks, of course.It’s shocking then, at least at first, that Ford would move away from the rugged, masculine and quintessentially American design in favor of a look that’s sleek, stylish and downright European. The reasons for the dramatic change are many and include everything from Ford’s new design philosophy to a larger plan to build cars globally. Boxy compact crossovers might work in America, but as far as Europeans are concerned, Ford might as well try and sell them a Crown Victoria.Get the Flash Player to see this player.COMPACT STYLE, BUT MORE SPACEWith its sleek new style the Escape may now look more compact than its predecessor, though it’s actually larger, stretching four-inches more in length, with a two-inch longer wheelbase and an extra inch in width. It is, however, roughly in inch lower overall and loses a half-inch of ground clearance.Interior room is up slightly, particularly in the rear seat, with one extra inch of legroom. Likewise, cargo room has been increased slightly to 34 cu-ft behind the 2nd row and 68 cu-ft total.With the added size also comes added weight – a surprise considering most other automakers are shedding pounds in an effort to improve fuel economy. Overall, the 2013 Escape is in excess of 100 lbs heavier than its predecessor, or even more if you’re comparing it to the base 2012 model with the manual transmission – an option Ford axed for 2013 with the automatic now standard.Regardless of the weight gain, fuel economy has been improved significantly, due both to engine technology as well as a shape that’s 10 percent more aerodynamic than the old brick-on-wheels design.THREE FUEL-EFFICIENT ENGINE OPTIONSThe base 2.5-liter four-cylinder, about the only carry over item from the old Escape, is now rated at 22/31 mpg, up 1 mpg in the city and 3 mpg on the highway. (All mpg ratings are for front-drive models). Power numbers are down, but only minutely.Replacing the V6 option for 2013 is an EcoBoost 2.0-liter 4-cylinder making use of both turbocharging and direct injection. It’s rated at 240 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque (an increase of 47 lb-ft), while fuel economy jumps 3 mpg in the city and an impressive 5 mpg on the highway.A third powertrain option is also available, though it’s not a hybrid.
Ford has dropped the Escape hybrid option for 2013, opting instead to offer gas-electric version of the upcoming C-Max. Part of a larger eco car plan, Ford is certain to regret this decision as the Escape Hybrid was a popular option and not having it will allow another automaker to move in and fill that model’s place.Instead, the “hybrid replacement” is an EcoBoost 1.6-liter engine rated at a lofty 24 mpg city and 33 mpg highway. Ford says that’s best-in-class, but the Mazda CX-5 achieves 26/32 mpg with an automatic transmission, or 26/35 with a manual.Another bit of marketing spin you’re likely to hear from Ford is that the 33 mpg highway rating makes the Escape 1.6-liter even more fuel efficient than the outgoing Hybrid. That’s stretching the truth, however, as the 24 mpg city rating is nowhere near close to the 34 mpg rating of the 2012 Escape Hybrid.Power for the 1.6 is, however, much improved over the Hybrid model, with 178 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. While Ford does say only 87 octane is required, those numbers come when using premium. Power numbers for 87 octane haven’t been released, but they’re certain to be a little lower.A few ponies here or there isn’t about to make a big difference either way, and the 1.6-liter EcoBoost motor should deliver perfectly acceptable driving performance. We’d like to verify that, but Ford had a shortage of 1.6-liters on hand to test and so we spent the day behind the wheel of a 2.0-liter.It proved more than adequate, especially as it’s only available in the top trim Titanium model, with every conceivable feature including big 19-inch wheels.A JOY TO DRIVEThe drive itself is excellent, as we’d expect from a crossover based on the fun Focus. It’s more enjoyable than it needs to be (always a bonus), reacting fast with a direct electric power steering system.At highway speeds when the road deteriorated somewhat we did notice that the rear of the Escape seemed to slap around some.
We’d suggest the culprit is a stiffly sprung suspension, which in turn is what helps make the Escape so enjoyable to drive. Again, with the larger 19-inch wheels and low profile 235/45/19 tires, much of that feel should be appropriately dampened with the 17s and higher-profile 235/55/17 tires.Helping to make the 2013 Escape a more enjoyable drive, as well as a safer one, are two new technologies that Ford seems to be rolling out across its model lineup. Called Torque Vectoring Control and Curve Control, the former acts to slow the inside wheels in a corner using the car’s stability control and braking system, while the latter actually uses the brakes at each corner to subtlely slow the car by as much as 10 mph if you enter a curve too quickly. Likely to be imperceptible to most drivers, the result is a more enjoyable and safer drive.ADDED TECH, PLUS A HANDS-FREE LIFTGATEThose are just a few of the many class-exclusive features in the 2013 Escape, with others including Active Park Assist (which will parallel park the car for you), a blind spot monitoring system, front and rear park assist warnings, a cross traffic alert system that will notify you if an object is approaching as you reverse and even a hands free rear liftgate – watch the video above for a demonstration on how it works.Inside, the cabin is very much a familiar feel to the Focus, with the high-tech MyFord Touch screen one of the coolest looking telematics systems on the market. With plenty of criticism of the early versions of MyFord Touch, Ford has since improved it, simplifying the screens and hiding some of the fancier options. Another notable addition is access to Audible.com, where you can download audio books.Despite complaints, we’ve never had an issue understanding MyFord Touch, although many of the touch icons on the screen are still far too small.With all these improvements and updates pricing for the 2013 Escape has jumped over its predecessor with the base crossover up roughly $1,000 to $23,295. SE models will start at $25,895 with the SEL at $28,695 and the top-trim Titanium at $31,195. (All prices include $825 for delivery).THE VERDICTAfter moving a quarter-million Escapes last year, Ford probably could have dragged the old box out for another generation.
But the push is on to recreate the Blue Oval brand and the old look, along with a platform donated by the now-ancient Mazda 626, is a more than acceptable casualty of Ford’s global product plans.It’s not as though the trade-off is one-sided either, with a new design that, despite being different, is undeniably handsome. The 2013 Escape also delivers a vastly improved driving experience, more fuel-efficient engines, plenty of technology and some amazing new features. It’s even able to maintain many of the more truck-like features, keeping a 3,500-lb tow rating (on the larger engine), while delivering more passenger and cargo room.For the most part Ford’s global gamble is certain to pay off, though it’s not hard to see some Escape loyalists jumping to the still boxy GMC Terrain. Ford’s smaller gamble, that of axing the Escape Hybrid, however, is sure leave many customers feeling jilted.With the lack of a hybrid, Ford has also given up any claim to best-in-class fuel economy – regardless of any marketing spin you might hear. The new Escape is impressive, but it’s also packed with asterisks, so take it for a test drive but be sure to read the fine print.
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Page 71 highlights70MyKey• Vehicle speed minders of 45, 55 or 65 mph (75, 90 or 105 km/h). Once you select a speed, it will be shown in the display, followed by an audible tone when the preselected vehicle speed is exceeded. • Audio system maximum volume of 45%. A message will be shown in the display when you attempt to exceed the limited volume. Also, the speed-sensitive or compensated automatic volume control will be disabled. • Always on setting. When this is selected, you will not be able to turn off AdvanceTrac, 911 Assist or the do not disturb feature (if your vehicle is equipped with these features). CREATING A MYKEY Use the information display to create a MyKey: 1. Insert the key you want to program into the ignition. If your vehicle is equipped with a push-button start, place the intelligent access key in the backup slot. The location of your backup slot is in another chapter.
See Starting and Stopping the Engine. 2. Switch the ignition on. 3. Access the main menu on the information display controls, and select Settings, then MyKey by pressing OK or the button. 4. Press OK or the button to select Create MyKey. 5. When prompted, hold the OK button until you see a message informing you to label this key as a MyKey.
The key will be restricted at the next start. MyKey is successfully created. Make sure you label it so you can distinguish it from the admin keys. You can also program configurable settings for the key(s). Refer to Programming/Changing Configurable Settings. Programming/Changing Configurable Settings Use the information display to access your configurable MyKey settings: 1. Switch the ignition on using an admin key. If your vehicle has push-button start, put the intelligent access key fob into the backup slot.
The location of your backup slot is in another chapter. See Starting and Stopping the Engine 2. Access the main menu and select Settings, then MyKey by pressing OK or the button. 3. Use the arrow buttons to get to a configurable feature.2014 Explorer (exp) Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing, April 2013 USA (fus)
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Join the Elite Explorers today. Your support of the forum is greatly appreciated.It's in the manual. Driver section,starting, Back-up method of starting, page273.Back-up method of starting: Your IA key uses a radio frequency signalto communicate with your vehicle and authorize your vehicle to startwhen you press the START/STOP button and apply the brake pedal. Ifexcessive radio frequency interference is present in the area, or if thebattery in your IA key is low, it may be necessary to start your car byinserting the IA key in the back-up slot, located at the front of the centerconsole storage compartment. Insert the IA key into the slot withbuttons facing out and with key ring up. After inserting the IA key intothe back-up slot, use the START/STOP button and brake pedal to startyour vehicle as usual. The vehicle should respond normally as long as theIA key is in the back-up slot.
Once the vehicle is started, the IA key canbe removed from the back-up slot, if desired.It doesn't say what to do if IA Key is dead! Call wife I guess. Would hate to be in that situation. I can hear her now. LOLMaybe there is a pressure point in the slot to know that the key has been inserted into the slot to allow the use of the start/stop button to start the engine and not reading for the radio frequency.
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Does this help?Create a MyKey™To program MyKey™ on one of the keys programmed to the vehicle,insert the key that you want to make a MyKey™ into the ignition. Forvehicles equipped with push button start, put the intelligent access keyin the backup slot see the Driving chapter for the location of thebackup slot. Turn the ignition on. Use the message center buttons to dothe following:1. Press SETUP until PRESS RESET TO CREATE MYKEY is displayed.2. Press and release the RESET button. HOLD RESET TO CONFIRMMYKEY will be displayed.3. Press and hold the RESET button for two seconds until MARK THISAS RESTRICTED is displayed.4.
Wait until KEY RESTRICTED AT NEXT START is displayed.MyKey™ is successfully programmed.Does this help?Programming spare keysYou can program your own integrated keyhead transmitters or standardSecuriLock coded keys to your vehicle. This procedure will programboth the engine immobilizer key code and the remote entry transmitterportion of the IKT to your vehicle. Note: A maximum of eight codedkeys can be programmed to your vehicle only four of these eight can beIKTs with remote entry functionality.Tips:• Only use integrated keyhead transmitters (IKTs) or standardSecuriLock keys.• You must have two previously programmed coded keys (keys thatalready operate your vehicle’s engine) and the new unprogrammedkey(s) readily accessible.• If two previously programmed coded keys are not available, you musttake your vehicle to your authorized dealer to have the spare key(s)programmed.Please read and understand theentire procedure before you begin.1. Insert the first previouslyprogrammed coded key into theignition.2. Turn the ignition from the 1 (off)position to the 3 (on) position. Keepthe ignition in the 3 (on) positionfor at least three seconds, but nomore than 10 seconds.3. Turn the ignition to the 1 (off) position and remove the first codedkey from the ignition.4.
After three seconds but within 10 seconds of turning the ignition tothe 1 (off) position, insert the second previously coded key into theignition.5. Turn the ignition from the 1 (off) position to the 3 (on) position. Keepthe ignition in the 3 (on) position for at least three seconds, but no morethan 10 seconds.6. Turn the ignition to the 1 (off) position and remove the secondpreviously programmed coded key from the ignition.7. After three seconds but within 20 seconds of turning the ignition tothe 1 (off) position and removing the previously programmed codedkey, insert the new unprogrammed key (new key/valet key) into theignition.8. Turn the ignition from the 1 (off) position to the 3 (on) position. Keepthe ignition in the 3 (on) position for at least six seconds.9.
Remove the newly programmed coded key from the ignition.If the key has been successfully programmed it will start the vehicle’sengine and will operate the remote entry system (if the new key is anintegrated keyhead transmitter). The theft indicator light will illuminatefor three seconds and then go out to indicate successful programming.If the key was not successfully programmed, it will not start yourvehicle’s engine and/or will not operate the remote entry features. Thetheft indicator light may flash on and off. Wait 20 seconds and you mayrepeat Steps 1 through 8. If failure repeats, bring your vehicle to yourauthorized dealer to have the new key(s) programmed.To program additional new unprogrammed key(s), wait 20 seconds andthen repeat this procedure from Step 1.Does this help?Programming spare keysYou can program your own integrated keyhead transmitters or standardSecuriLock coded keys to your vehicle. This procedure will programboth the engine immobilizer key code and the remote entry transmitterportion of the IKT to your vehicle. Note: A maximum of eight codedkeys can be programmed to your vehicle only four of these eight can beIKTs with remote entry functionality.Tips:• Only use integrated keyhead transmitters (IKTs) or standardSecuriLock keys.• You must have two previously programmed coded keys (keys thatalready operate your vehicle’s engine) and the new unprogrammedkey(s) readily accessible.• If two previously programmed coded keys are not available, you musttake your vehicle to your authorized dealer to have the spare key(s)programmed.Please read and understand theentire procedure before you begin.1. Insert the first previouslyprogrammed coded key into theignition.2. Turn the ignition from the 1 (off)position to the 3 (on) position.
Keepthe ignition in the 3 (on) positionfor at least three seconds, but nomore than 10 seconds.3. Turn the ignition to the 1 (off) position and remove the first codedkey from the ignition.4. After three seconds but within 10 seconds of turning the ignition tothe 1 (off) position, insert the second previously coded key into theignition.5. Turn the ignition from the 1 (off) position to the 3 (on) position. Keepthe ignition in the 3 (on) position for at least three seconds, but no morethan 10 seconds.6. Turn the ignition to the 1 (off) position and remove the secondpreviously programmed coded key from the ignition.7. After three seconds but within 20 seconds of turning the ignition tothe 1 (off) position and removing the previously programmed codedkey, insert the new unprogrammed key (new key/valet key) into theignition.8. Turn the ignition from the 1 (off) position to the 3 (on) position.
Keepthe ignition in the 3 (on) position for at least six seconds.9. Remove the newly programmed coded key from the ignition.If the key has been successfully programmed it will start the vehicle’sengine and will operate the remote entry system (if the new key is anintegrated keyhead transmitter). The theft indicator light will illuminatefor three seconds and then go out to indicate successful programming.If the key was not successfully programmed, it will not start yourvehicle’s engine and/or will not operate the remote entry features. Thetheft indicator light may flash on and off. Wait 20 seconds and you mayrepeat Steps 1 through 8. If failure repeats, bring your vehicle to yourauthorized dealer to have the new key(s) programmed.To program additional new unprogrammed key(s), wait 20 seconds andthen repeat this procedure from Step 1.I found that after the youtube video.
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I have a 97 f150. It is my third ford truck and I love it.My key turned freely the other morning as I was on my way to work. Got out of work that day, but am having a tough time fixing my truck. I have tilt steering and a two peice actuator rod that connects the key cylinder to the ignition switch. The rod seperated where the pin connects the two peices.I can n0t figure out how to get the lower peicce out.I know this a very specific question.
I was hoping that this may be a common wear item. Has anyone else had this problem? Any advice is greatly appreciated.DavidAlso, this site is real clunky slow to respond to keystrokes and mouse actions. Is this me?Again, thanksLet me tell you about my experience with the 2 piece rod. This is not a truck.
It's a 95 T-bird with a 4.6 V8 and it does have the tilt steering wheel. My wife and daughter where sitting in the car working the key switch back and forth for some time. I watch and laughed. Asked them what they were doing. Said the key was stuck and couldn't get it out. I got in the car and put it in park and took the key out.
Seems it was still in Drive. (woman drivers) . Next day drove to get gas and could not turn the car off at the gas station. Drove home and got it to turn off but the ignition was still on and had to disconnect the battery. Thought it was the key tumbler so got a new one, but that didn't fix it. Started looking really close and saw that the pin that holds the 2 piece rod together (for tilt wheel) that pushes on the starter switch had come out of the hole that holds the 2 rods together (after taking most of the dash off, steering wheel off, airbag off, tilt wheel assembly off). I was lucky to find the pin.
It hadn't gone far because of the grease on it. The bottom of the 2 piece rod WILL NOT come out of it's place, at least I couldn't get it out. I put some heavy grease on the pin to hold it in place and got it started in one of the rods and then while putting the tilt assembly back together I had to line up the onther rod and push the pin in with a small screwdriver or whatever. This whole thing will absolutely **** YOU OFF TO THE MAX AND THEN SOME and I spent several days screwing with this because I had to stop working on it because it is a REAL PISSER and I was ready to break something. This is all I can say. Told someone at work about this and they said it had happened to a friend and there was no really easy way to fix it. I can't believe this. Who would design 2 plastic rods and a little pin with no keeper to hold it together to start you car reliably.
The only thing that keeps it together is the housing the rod slides in. Good Luck and THANK YOU FORD!HarryHarry,Thanks for the reply. I understand your frustration!!! That was a difficult job. I made it more difficult by figuring things out as I went along. I finally got that thing fixed last night.
I agree with you, Ford should not have designed this so that it is this difficult to replace. Also, Chilton should give instructions for this job.Learned a little about it though, and since I may never have to do this one again so I am going to share. Hopefully This may spare some misery to someone.I made this job more dificult by not breaking the colum down all of the way. The rod in my F150 could not be reconnected with the lower peice inside. Onec I removed the steering column, the steering shaft can be removed by releasing the spring that is on both ends.
After that, the lower section of the actuator rod slides out the bottom. Installation is reverse.The hardest part is reattaching the tilt mechanism.This is still not a fun job. I am glad it is almost over.Again, thanks for the reply.One more question to throw at the message board.....Has anyone seen my steering wheel bolt Quit playing!Hello to all, I'm temporarilly truckless but expect to be back on the road again this coming summer. Found this site by searching for ignition switch advice. I just wanted to add to the advice already posted and perhaps save some one else some frustration..Thanks to GA Boy and Harry, your info got me going in the right direction. I just wanted to add a tip for others that might come accross this site and have this problem. I have a 97 T-bird with the same type steering column and the pin in the 2-part linkage fell out as discribed above and the pin was still in the greese so putting it back in was the problem. Prepertory work is as described above.
Disconnect battery, remove dash covers and gauge assembly for clear access to the top of the column. Remove key lock assembly by depressing spring loaded pin on bottom of housing and remove assembly with key inserted and turned to the on position.I did not pull the steering column but did remove the switch on top of the column and the ignition switch on the bottom lifting both gently out of the way. Next I discovered that with a small screw driver that I could move the front slide aft toward driver against a spring and compressing the spring I placed a large flat blade screw driver in the now open slot forward of the slide. This exposes the rear end of the front slide out the back of the slide housing, with the steering wheel tilted all the way down. now you can persuade the rear slide into position and insert the pin from the left side of the vehicle using needle nose pliers or the like. The hole in the front slide is a long verticle slot so be sure that you get the pin started into the hole in the rear slide before letting go of the pin.
If you drop it, it may fall down the inside of the steering column. Been there, done that!! A pair of gas pliers will seat/position the pin in the rear slide.Re-insert key lock assembly and remove large screwdriver, re-install switches and test movement with key to be sure it moves freely.Ditto, Ditto.. This was not one of those fun jobs but I managed to get it done in about 3 hours, in a parking lot at my daughters work. Good luck to those that have to go through this and hope that this helps ease the pain a little...Bob - Just another backyard mechanic!After searching this site, I found a post on another site that directed me to Steering Column Repair, Parts, Instructions -- for Ford, GM, Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep Steering Columns: Stolen Recovered-Steering Column and Ignition Parts and Instructions . This is by far the best site to use if you are going to tear down your steering column to fix the actuator. It has step by step instructions with pics of each step. The job really wasn't that bad other than renting a wheel puller and reseating the column ford explorer key backup slot. As it turns out, the pin on the end of the actuator just worked its way out over the years.
Once I got it apart all it took was a pair of pliars to press it back in. I didn't even have to buy any parts
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