Question about Mercury Cougar
I can't find my doorcode of my Mercury Cougar 1986, it's not readable anymore on the radiator, what to do?
Look in the trunk or glovebox for a sticker with five numbers on it, and that should be your code.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you can program your own code by inputting the original code then hit the no. 2 button then input your own 5 digit code.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
On your 99 model the module is located behind the left quarter trim panel,mid-way.You maybe able to see it by removing the speaker cover or the cupholder on top. The module will have a sticker with a 5 digit code.
On the 04 the model is behind the right quarter trim panel toward the front about even with the right rear door stricker.
Posted on May 17, 2009
if you do not already know the factory code, the only way it can be obtained is by your local ford dealer. the proprietary computer equiptment they have can access the code that is programed in vehicles security module. if you purchased it used..it is often that the keyless entry code id card is still withe the owners manual..it is a 5 digit code printed on an credit card sized card that is white in color..i hope this helps you...good luck
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
If you open trunk and look on inside of trunk where hinge bolts are you will see code numbers . Owners manual will tell you how.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Take the plastic cover off of where the jack / wheel wrench is located on the rear left side. Standing in the back of the vehicle, look forward (toward the steering wheel) and you will see a computer module. The factory code is typed on that module. You might have to "carefully" pry the plastic out and do some mild acrobatics to see the code, but that is where it is. After you find the code, go to your owners manual and reset the code to your own numbers. You will have to do this every time the battery is disconnected, so you might want to just remember the factory code. Good Luck
Posted on May 22, 2010
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