Ford Explorer keyless entry

dgarvey
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Asked by dgarvey Jul 05, 2008 at 10:58 PM about the 1996 Ford Explorer 4 Dr Eddie Bauer AWD SUV

Question type: General

I recently bought a Eddie Bauer 1996 at a used car lot in Nashville TN. I need to know how to go about finding the entry code on the door.

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papa
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rase back door -window up.you should see a small white sticker with numbers on it.this is yout keyless entry numbers.

Rogell Hamilton
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If it came with the owners manual, there should be a same card with the code on it. if not, read the section in the manual about the key pad, and it will tell u how to reset the code

papa
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sorry,no it wont,is preset at factory.the sticker could also be in door jam-small stickerwith black numbers,

Nick Bobb
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Any Ford dealer will be able to tell you what the code is, however there will be a charge for the service.

Steve Slee
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its written on the keyless entry module. I think on that one its behind the lf trim panel.

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Nick Bobb
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After some research the code should be on the keyless entry module. And that module should be located in the compartment houses the jack on the drivers side by the lift gate. it'll be a five digit code in fairly bold print

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Jerret Stallworth
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the module for the car alarm is located in front of where the jack is stored. printed on the module is your code

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4david8
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Us your cell phone camera to take a picture of the manufacter sticker. Youl save a lot of time by not taking thr panel off. 5 digit number bold numbers

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