KEYLESS ENTRY CODES

Asked by Feb 27, 2016 at 09:37 AM about the 2002 Lincoln Continental 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

PURCHASED A USED CONTINENTAL THAT DOES NOT HAVE KEYLESS
CODES IN OWNERS GUIDE BOOK, OR ON A STICKER ON THE TRUNK LID.   
HOW CAN I GET THE CODES?

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If there is a center counsel I've heard of the code being under it somewhere. Some dismantling would be required to get to it.

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You could also go to the dealer and they could pull the codes from the system but that will cost you dealer prices. There were a few years the in the trunk up under the package tray was the control module and it had the codes right on it, there is a cover over it so it would have to be dropped down to see it.

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as soon as i can get someone to pull out the center compartment i will look for it. i am disabled and cannot even look in the trunk control module. the dealer that sold it is out of business. bought a reader that plugs into the service plug that is suppose to give out lots of info, but can't figure it out to read door codes!

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