how do i find the security code for the keyless entry

Asked by Jun 24, 2015 at 01:43 PM about the 2013 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 2013 Ford Fusion and I never programmed it because I could not find it.  Help

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Sometimes its written in the oddest of places by former owners. Look on drivers doorjamb. It's also on the BCM under the dash as shown. If all else fails the fcatory default code is stored in the PCM and the dealer can either get if from VIN (maybe) or fetch it out with diagnostic computer. They may or may not do it by phone, 1) they may want money 2) Proof of ownership. A dental mirror works great for this, it's intentionally not in plain sight

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Did you buy the car new? If so look in the Owner's manual folder. Sometimes they are put in there on a white card. It will be 5 digits. Look in the glove box for a sticker with 5 digits. If you can't find it take it to the dealership and they can get it for you.

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Fordnut, you beat me by 30 seconds. LOL

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Hi ya Bob.

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Greetings sir.

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how do you remove the bcm?

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Very simple and very fast!! (you must have (2 keys for the car though) Put key #1 in ignition & turn on (don't start) for 5 seconds. Remove key-1 and put in key #2 and turn on for 5 seconds. the factory code will appear on the dash for about 10 seconds. That simple!!

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man I owe you big time!!! Ive been crawling around under the dash with a mirror and camera having no success. I will never use Ford service because those asses were going to charge me $55 dollars and wait an hour for something that would of taken them 30 seconds.

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How can you do this if you have push button start?

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Place one key in to tje hole below the usb port press the start button without the break and the remove the key and inser the second key and do the same

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I only have one key and no code

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Worked like a charm thank you

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I have 2 keys and have tried over and over, but it won't display the code for me.

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Fordnut thank you. Used my phone to take a picture of the number. Now I have it stored in the phone as well.

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I have a 2014 Fusion SE. Just bought it today and the dealer...not ford......did not even know that there was a keypad and unfortunately only one key. I really want to get this working since I only have one key. IS there any options other than going to the Ford dealer?

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Micheal did you find it under the dash like FORDNUT said?

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Exactly like the top photo. I shoved my iPhone into the space next to the foot brake and took several pictures. Two came back with the five digit code followed by the letter "L".

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Here's the picture

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Thank you Micheal. I looked and could not find mine. I have a 2014 Fusion SE

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I did this: "Very simple and very fast!! (you must have (2 keys for the car though) Put key #1 in ignition & turn on (don't start) for 5 seconds. Remove key-1 and put in key #2 and turn on for 5 seconds. the factory code will appear on the dash for about 10 seconds. That simple!!" It did not give me a code. But now I have a light flashing (it is a pic of car w/padlock on it.) nonstop.

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I did the 2 key trick, got the code, the code says it's invalid. Anyone know what to do now ?

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