Where is the key pad code located on an '05 Expedition EB?

NeesieD
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Asked by NeesieD Sep 15, 2007 at 12:56 PM about the 2005 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer

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littlehorn
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If this is not written inside your owners manual you will need to get a new one from your dealer. This information is stored in the BCM and may need to be pulled or reprogrammed from there.

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chrisandsher
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Remove the fuse panel cover on the lower right passenger side, next to your feet. Look up in the opening at the metal box which has a bar code label on it. The 5 digit number is the original key pad code. You can add your own code in addition to this. A dealer wanted to charge me $100 to 'hook it up to his computer' to pull the number! lol

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