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How to unlock my 2002 ford explorer with a code?

I left my keys in the car and now I can't unlock it.

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SOURCE: I locked my keys in my truck,

There are several things you can do.
1. Ask the Police dispatcher if an Officer could get in your car for you.
2. Call a Locksmith. If you have Autoclub or some types of insurance, they will pay.
3. Call the dealer with your Vin#. If you can convince the Dealer who you are they may give you the original code for the truck.

The Keycode can be changed after the truck is built. You would enter the original code, hold in 2 of the buttons in a special sequence and then reenter a new code. Most of the time the truck remembers the change but it can revert back to the original.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

rickntam2007
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SOURCE: I have a 2002 Ford Explorer XLT and can't find the

Step Father had same issue. Had to take vehicle to dealer WITH proof of ownership and they had to reset. Cost around $100 i believe

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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SOURCE: 2002 Ford Explorer xlt changed 2 sensors above

Slow to respeonsa, but, what "number" code is stored? You have this "number"?

You tell us that recently has replaced the O2 sensors? OK, well if your code remains the same after swapping the sensors, it would indicate to me the cat converter was bad if the code moves with the sensor-then the sensor is bad.

Keep us updated.

Posted on Jan 20, 2011

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SOURCE: Just bought a 1999 ford explorer xlt don't have

You need a NGS (Ford factory scan tool) They can access the RAP KEYCODE PID.

Posted on Mar 08, 2012

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