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I need the door code for my town car 2004 i didn't find it in the trunk could you pls guide me to the easy way to find it?

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  • dr_soudi Jan 31, 2009

    I check and it wasen't ther how can I have it.

  • dr_soudi Jan 31, 2009

    but I didn't find it on this area (trunk - behind the door)

  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    hi , did you look on the right trunk lid hinge ? look for a sticker with a 5 digit number . another option is to look for a card with your owners manual . another option is remove the glove box door stop , and lower the glove box door , see a control module box , it has some retaining bolts holding it in place , look thoroughly on that box for a 5 digit number , maybe you can see it without removing it .

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Actually the module with the sticker on this model is the driver's door module and it is located behind the drivers door panel. Another option to get the code is if you have access to a scan tool that will read PID data you can access the pids for the DDM and read the code that way.

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