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The vehicle security module controls keyless entry . There are fuse's that power the vehicle security module but not a fuse just for the keyless entry ! If your having problems with the keyless entry your going to have to take it to the dealer or an ASE certified repair shop . There is no magical fuse or cure.
Did you check the start relay for voltage? Ohms reading?
If I remember correctly the circuit goes like this: Key turns ignition switch which puts voltage to the start relay which engages the solenoid. So if it isn't even clicking and your headlights seem to be working fine then it is either the ignition switch or the start solenoid coil. On older Fords the start solenoid used to be remote mounted on a fender. I heard newer Ford vehicles had it integrated with the starter like GM does. A quick visual inspection will tell you which and where you need to look. You might check if there is a fuse for that as well.
this code is located on a module on inside left rear panel where your
car jack is located you will need a flashlight to look up on the module there will be a sticker on this module with 5 digits this will be the original factory code to lock or unlock your car . inside your owners manual there is a procedure to change the code .
Yes, Fords have PATS system, which is what controlls your keyless entry. It is the computer for your key fobs and keyless entry. You might have tripped itby accident, and your only solution is to take it to a dealership or someone who has Fords reprogrammimg computer to have it reflashed.
On your 99 model the module is located behind the left quarter trim panel,mid-way.You maybe able to see it by removing the speaker cover or the cupholder on top. The module will have a sticker with a 5 digit code.
On the 04 the model is behind the right quarter trim panel toward the front about even with the right rear door stricker.
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.
I have had this problem take you drivers door put your key and un-lock from the out side with key (NO) then open the door push un-lock from the inside button and then set from you remote and it should set if not push un-lock then lock and then do the un-lock with the key. Let me know if that works. what my car did was locked from the inside and I had the problem were it would not work till I un-locked from the out side plus I had to go to radioshack and change the battery from the control.
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