Question about 2003 Ford Expedition
I know the code to unlock the vehicle, but there are other codes as well, how can I get these codes
Retrieving is probably not an option however if you know the factory code , you can add 1 personal code which in turn would erase any other personal codes . your owners manual should back this statement up . follow these steps >>>>>
The keyless entry touch pad can use two codes. The factory code and one
personal code .
To program your own personal code, select a 5 digit code that doesn't use 5 digits in
sequence or the same button 5 times.
Enter your factory code
Within 5 seconds press the 1/2 button
Within 5 seconds of pressing the 1/2 button, enter your 5 digit personal code,
pressing each digit within 5 seconds of the previous digit.
You can now use either code to operate the keypad
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you can program your own code by inputting the original code then hit the no. 2 button then input your own 5 digit code.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Ford has an add on keypad also if it is pretty much flush on the door it is factory if it is a fat keypad it is an add on The factory module is under the dash by the fuse panel the number should be on it
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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 .
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
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