Question about 2004 Mercury Montery
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Actually, if you look under the dash board, near the steering column, there should be a box that has the code printed on it.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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