Location of keypad entry module ?

Asked by Jun 14, 2010 at 03:43 PM about the Ford Explorer Sport Trac

Question type: General

Need to find factory entry code to be able to reprogram my personal code. I understand it's printed on the module. Can't seem to find the module.

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We are not mind readers - YEAR ???

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If it is a Gen 1 you have to pull up the vent panel of the dashboard and peep through the windshield above the passenger side airbag. There is a sticker on a cream colored box with the code on it.

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WRONG,it is at 1 of 2 places,open rear hatch,look on both sides if not their,pull down carpet at brake peddle,you will see it on the modgel,is a small white sticker with black numbers,this is the code,it is NOT reprogramable.this is the only 2 places ford puts the code.

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Papa, we are talking about a Sport Trac, NOT a regular Explorer. Sport Tracs do not have a "rear hatch". I have read a project on another Sport Trac website that has pictures and shows exactly what I am talking about.

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ok,you got pictures,did you find it.

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