We have a key code for the door key pad, however when we go to put in the code the keypad should aluminate, right? But it don't. We still punch in the code that is taped to the gray box, but nothing happens. No aluminated light, no activation sound....nothing. Could it be a fuse??? And if so, which fuse is it. I looked in the manual and seen all the listed fuses but none said keyless entry or anything like that. Please advise me on what I can do to make the keyless entry pad on the door work.
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How to find the Security Keyless Keypad Code on the 1995-2001 Ford Explorer
or Mountaineer and how to use the Keypad functions. The factory code is
also printed on a label which is installed on the Remote Anti-theft
Personality (RAP) Module. This is the module that controls the keyless
entry system. It is located in the left rear quarter behind the
removable panel (see photo).
You will need to turn the two thumb screws
counter clockwise and take the plastic panel off to be able to see the
unit. A flashlight may be helpful in seeing the code. You are looking
for the module and the 5 digit code on it like the one shown below.
Do you have the code (sequence of numbers) for the lock? If not, you will not be able to change the lock code on the keypad without assistance from the Ford dealership. If you do then the owners manual gives step by step instructions. If you need an owners manual I can help with those instructions. Some vehicles have a card tucked up under the dash with the "code" for the locks from when the vehicle was first sold. I would look for that if you don't have the lock code.
To locate the original keypad code, open the passenger/rear door. Pull the on-body rubber weatherstrip out, around the rear side of the door closure. Fold the right/rear seatback down into the locked position to facilitate access to the right/rear seat belt anchor. Carefully pry the upper plastic panel that houses the height adjuster and seat belt anchor off the body taking care not to damage the panel. Now pry the lower panel outward just far enough to enable access to the Vehicle Security Module, where you'll see three electrical connectors plugged into it, coloured green, grey, and blue. On the module will be a series of digits on a label similar to 5L2T-15K602-EA. Beside those digits are five numbers. Those five numbers are the keyless entry keypad code.
You will have to find the program code which is located on the processor either in the right front glove box area by the kick panel or in the left rear compartment when the hatch is open...you will see the 6-8 digit security key numbers and enter them on the key pad wait for thebeeps to begin and put your code in quickly befor the beeps end. I would be more specific but as I remember It varied for different models also I worked at Japanese dealerships along with Ford.
u can try this, it is for an explorer but should be the same.
This information will be in your owners manual I think.
1. Type in the code you got when you purschased the vehicle
2. After typing in the code press "1" on the keypad
3. Enter in your new code
4. The doors should lock and unlock if this is done correctly
THIS IS FROM YOUR OWNERS MANUAL:
Disarming the System
An armed or activated system can be disarmed if you: n Unlock the doors by entering the unlock code on the keyless entry keypad. n Unlock any door or the liftgate with a key. n Turn ignition to the ON or ACC position.