Question about 2011 Lincoln MKX
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the keyless code is by the right rear door panel. open the door, remove the panel that's over the the seatbelt. after doing that open but you don't have just kind of stretch out and their you will find a black box or reciever with a sticker and a 5 digit code stamped on it. if you want to change the passcode refer to your manual, but you'll need the original code to be able to change it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: Reprogram a keyless entry remote
this is how to program the remotes/keyless entry
The 5 digit permanent code is located in one of the following places
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Every car different, call an auto rescue or towing company, the trucks are usually equiped with slim jims, that can be used to gain access to your vehicle.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Open the right/rear door. Pull the rubber weatherstrip back from the door opening. Fold the right/rear seat back down into a locked position, in order to access to the right/rear trim panel. Carefully, pry the right/rear upper trim panel housing the right/rear seat belt height adjuster. Now carefully pry back the lower trim panel taking care now to break it, exposing the vehicle security module with three connectors plugged into it, coloured green, blue, and grey. Look on the label that has the part number which should end in EB. There are FIVE numbers to the right of that number. Those five numbers are your keyless entry keypad code.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
here is were your old code is....its under the dash on the passenger side remove the cover that access the fuses iits to the far left and staight up on a black box if you cann't see all the #'s just move the wirring harnes over a little this tip will save you 80 dollars that the dealer charges. I hope this help you and have a merry xmas,and please vote on this solution
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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