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Lost keys what is the key code for a 97 mercury mountaineer vin # 4m2du55p2buj23463

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There is only two ways you can get that code. 1 you contact the "original" dealership that sold the car for the first time. "If" they have the deal bag for your truck and "if" they wrote the key code in the deal bag, then you have it. But since that was many years ago, that probably isn't going to happen. So now we go with plan be. You have a locksmith decode your ignition key tumbler. Then the locksmith can make you the keys to match it.

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SOURCE: can i find my original key less door entry code using my VIN numb

for safety reasons, only a dealer can get your key code from Ford and make you a key. You will need proof of ownership and your VIN number and ID. 1-800-241-3673.
You can try calling Ford Roadside Assistance. They may be abe to help.

Sometimes, you can take a long, thin screwdriver and lift up the door handle. Slide the screwdriver in the slot under the handle. Move around till you see the lock button move and try to pry it up. Also, local police might help with a slim jim.

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My 2002 M Mountaineer had the same problem and was fixed by reading the code that showed a leak in the gas tank pressure via the cap. When I replaced this with a good after market cap and drove the car for a while and it cleared itself. A mechanic told me that's not possible, but it did clear and has not lit up except on start up where it lights for a few seconds to test the bulb - a normal function.

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