Locked keys in car

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Asked by Jun 06, 2017 at 01:49 PM about the 2014 Ford Fusion Titanium

Question type: General

I locked my keys in my 2014 Ford fusion and do
not know the factory code to use on keyless entry.
What should I do? is there a main code I could try

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If you code was available it would be easy to steal cars like yours. Try to remember the code but you may need to call AAA.

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I was never given the code from the dealer when I purchased the car. I just called the dealer and they said they have no record of it. It was never in my manual either I've looked before.

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I know how to access the code now once I can get in my car. That was a dumb question wasnt it lol..

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Maybe this will help you ------ https://owner.ford.com/how- tos/vehicle-features/locks-and-security/securicode-keyless-entry- keypad.html

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Displaying the Factory Set Code With Integrated Keyhead Transmitters You will need to have two programmed passive anti-theft keys for this procedure. To display the factory-set code in the information display: Insert a key into the ignition and switch the ignition on for a few seconds. Switch the ignition off and remove the key. Insert the second key into the ignition and switch the ignition on. The factory-set code will display for a few seconds. It may not display until after other warning messages have displayed first.

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