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Re: NUMERICAL DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
The vehicle security module located in the right side of the dash should have a sticker on it with your 5 digit code. You should be able to see it either thru the glove box or from underneath dash on the far right side.
If you can find the code you can program your own 5 digit code by entering the original code then hitting the 1/2 button and within 5 seconds punch in your own 5 digit code.
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with new cars it is normal to have the one key code for all the locks on the car
if your ignition key is different to door locks or boot lock it is possible that a new barrel was fitted at some time requiring a new key where the barrel should have been recoded to existing key
it is still possible that a locksmith can re code the barrel to the door lock key reducing the necessity of having many keys
Programming When Key buttons operated repeatedly while vehicle out of range and system becomes inoperative. Key added or replaced. System malfunction. How Obtain all keys fitted with remote control. Close all windows and doors. Insert key into driver's door lock. Turn key to unlock position 3 times. Remove key. NOTE: Hold key in unlocked position for 0,5 second. Programming mode activated (driver's door LED illuminated). Carry out the following within 20 seconds: Point key at infrared receiver. Located near rear view mirror. Press and hold lock button within 5 seconds Fig. 1 . Press unlock button 3 times Fig. 1 . Release lock button Fig. 1 . Correct programming indicated by driver's door LED flashing. Repeat above procedure within 15 seconds to program remaining keys. To exit programming mode and extinguish LED: Wait 15 seconds. NOTE: A maximum of 4 keys can be programmed.
Programming When Remote control added or replaced. System malfunction. How Obtain all remote controls. A maximum of 3 remote controls can be programmed. Switch ignition ON. Repeat procedure below 3 times: Within 4 seconds: Press lock or unlock button. Within 4 seconds: Switch ignition OFF. Within 4 seconds: Switch ignition ON. Within 4 seconds: Press lock or unlock button. System should now lock or unlock vehicle. Within 4 seconds: Press lock or unlock button. Within 10 seconds: Press lock or unlock button of first remote control. System should now lock or unlock vehicle. Press lock or unlock button of second remote control. System should now lock or unlock vehicle. Press lock or unlock button of third remote control. System should now lock or unlock vehicle. Switch ignition OFF. Remove key. Check operation of all programmed remote controls. NOTE: If less than 3 remote controls are to be programmed, remove ignition key after programming last remote control.
Best way to check the numeric keypad is to press the last 2 buttons simultaneously. (7-8 + 9-0) If you hear the door lock, then the keypad is working. If this is the case, it's possible that the previous owner added their own code. This is done when applying the original code and then immediately entering their own code. This is undone by disconnecting the negative battery cable for 10mins. This should restore the keyless entry back to the factory defaults meaning your original code should now work.
Hope this solves your problem. Best of luck and please post back with any other questions.
I have a 1988 Lincoln Mark VII but this still should work.
You first need to enter in the code you have. Then, within five seconds press the 1/2 button. Then, within five seconds of each other, press five buttons in any sequence you desire and this will be your new code. Hope this helps.
there are 3 possibilities that I would check first. 1: make sure the contacts on the door, and body where the touch are clean. the lock and unlock signal are sent through these. 2: You may try replacing the battery in your key fob. 3: the power lock motors may have gone bad. To check, lock the doors with the drivers door panel, if they lock, they are fine. Another solution may be to recode your key fob. procedure for coding the fob to your vehicle can be found online.