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I own a 2002 Lincoln Navigator, I need to find the factory preset code for the key pad. I looked inside the key fob and I found 4 digits if this is not the location tell me another location that I can

I looked inside the key fob and located 4 digits is this the code.

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When you buy a NEW Vehicle, you get the factory
Keyless Entry Code--then you use your owners manual,
if you want to change it

NO Factory Code--you go to a dealer to have them find it
with the VIN # or whatever they do

Posted on Nov 19, 2014

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