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Door pad code

Where is the code on the auto.

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The default (factory) codes is in a couple places on your car. I would go to the auto dept store and get a manual for the car and it will tell you where to look for the default code. You will be using a manual as long as you keep the car. Good investment.

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Then leave both rear doors in the locked position (manual locking) and operate the lock button on you key pad to operate the central locking system. Wait a few seconds then hit unlock on your key pad and a few seconds later hit lock on your key pad.

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