does anybody know where i can get the code for my door lock on a 01 explorer sport

Asked by Dec 03, 2011 at 09:39 PM about the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

5 Answers

if you mean the part on the driver door with the numbers,it is eather on the rail when you open rear hatch,is a small white sticker with the number,or under carpet on driver side on a gray box,just pull it down at brake,gas peddle.

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if you can't find the code there you may need to take it to a dealer and have them get from the gem module

Mine is in the manual case on a card, the manual also tells you how to change it but when I was going thru a divorce I ask Ford place and they said it could not be changed but the manual says different. I havent tried it cause Im having consistant problems with my power door locks.

You can change your code if you have your old code. It's in the book or you can go to----- pagename=Owner/Page/HomePage&lb=ford

I found that you can remove the plastic defroster grille witch just snaps up. take a bright light and read the large numbers on top of a cream colored box with 2 large connectors. (RAP module) that is the master code. Dannys auto electric

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