I just bought a used 2016 ford explorer limited and the dealer didn't have the keyless code for the door. Any idea where I can find this without having to pay a dealer to get it?
I just bought a used 2016 ford explorer limited and the dealer didn't have the
keyless code for the door. Any idea where I can find this without having to
pay a dealer to get it?
Make the dealer get this code for you! Call Ford customer service Report the dealer and please POST this dealers NAME..
Is there a sticker anywhere on the car?
It may be on the BCM (Body Control Module) located under the dash to the right of the brake pedal. You'll see a box under there with a sticker that has a bunch of letters and numbers on it. Your code should be the last 4 numbers on the sticker. That's where it is on my '08 Grand Marquis. HTH. -Jim
You should have gotten a card with the code on it from the dealership when you bought the car and you should not have to pay for it. I suggest you do what Auto-centric posted.
A 2016?!! All it can be is new-used and still under warranty. Take the car back to the dealership, tell them to get the code without a charge, or give you your money back. You'll have a code in about 5 minutes.
yes OJ a 2016, bought used from a non-ford dealer, was a fleet vehicle and they did not have the card with it :(
Look inside the fuse panel inside the vehicle. On my truck there is a white sticker in there. If there is a letter at the end of the number, disregard it. If you still not locate it, call customer service at Ford and ask for the sticker location.
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