I have a 2004 Excursion and I want to find the door code for the outside keypad. My dad has an 1996 Explorer an he found his somewhere on the Explorer. Is there any other way that I can get this code with out spending $55 bucks and 2 hours of my time at the dealership??
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I have been told there are 5 different possible codes, but I can't imagine there are only 5 since thieves could try all 5 until they get the right one...
If you have gotten into your vehicle by now, (you posted this in February 19th), then you can find the code on the excursion behind the passenger kick panel and if it isn't there, check to the left of the brake pedal. In either location, the 5 digit code is written in small print under the bar code.
Under the dash about dead center there is I believe a silver colored box that should have a tag on it with the digits for the door locks. I found it one time out of curiousity, and also on my 05 f250 but forgot to write it down. It is a pain to get to, but if you lay on drivers floor board, and look up almost behind the radio it can be found
Try re-setting the computer...Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery and leave off for 5-10 minutes. This will allow the computer to reset. The charger may have interupted the signal or something.
Do you have the external keypad? If not, find someone with a slim jim. Slide it between the glass and door, hook the latch lever inside the door, and pull up. I don't remember if Ford put the steel bar in the door in 1996 to block access to the latch. One warning, you may break the locking mechanism using this method.
I suspect the link came off the door latch. They are plastic and break. Rate as fixya if this helps.
Rear Door Latch Push Button Rod
Rear Door Latch Bellcrank Link
Rear Door Latch Assembly
Screw (3 Req'd Each Side)
Rear Door Latch Actuator
Rear Door Latch Remote Control Link
Front Door Latch Remote Control and Link
Rear Door Latch Bellcrank Assembly
Screw (2 Req'd Each Side)