Question about 2004 Ford F150
I have a 2004 ford f150 ext cab and the box is located behind the rear seat you have to pull the rear seat out their is two plastic clips on each side you can reach and the box is on the back wall that is if the guy befor you did not change the code good luck its a fun job to do i didnt think it was to bad if you go to google and you type keyless entry in and your vehichle it will pull up the directions
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
If you are refering to the Keyless entry code it may be on a white wallet card in the owners manual package. If your truck was bought used it may be with the previous owner.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
check the U-joints by grabbing the drive shaft and try to make it move from side to side or top to bottom.It is much easier to do this if the vehicle is in the air and no weight on the axle.If it does move replace that U-joint,but if you are going to replace one then I would do both since you will have the drive shaft out any way.Also check to see if the shaft weight is still there,but I doubt it has came off its pretty rare.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
SECTION 501-01: Body System — Interior
2004 F-150 Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
Procedure revision date: 02/17/2004
Front Door Trim Panel Printable View (229 KB)
Removal and Installation
NOTE: LH side is shown. RH side is similar.
Item Part Number Description 1 224A60 Cover plate 2 N602704-S301 Screws (2 req'd) 3 14B132A (RH) / 14B133B (LH) Window control switch 4 14630 (RH) / 14631 (LH) Window control switch electrical connectors 5 W505424-S301 Bolt 6 W701930-S424 Bolts (2 req'd) 7 19A034 Water shield 8 W709132-S300 (High series trim) / W709133-S300 (Low series trim) Speaker standoff (2 req'd) 9 219A65 (LH)/ 219A64 (RH) Front door handle
Removal Note 10 23942 (RH) / 23943 (LH) Front door trim panel
CAUTION: Do not pull directly outward on the front door trim panel, as damage may occur.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
SOURCE: how do you program/sink your
Owners manual starting on page 66.
The basic process is to sync an existing remote to the homelink, then train the homelink to the opener.
You will also need your owners manual for your opener, to know the process to train a new remote to it ( watch that you do not have too many already trained, else it will disable the 1st remote ).
If you did not get an owners manual with your truck ( purchased used ), you can download one from Ford :
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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