Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Looking for the code location for the keyless keypad.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 ford ranger supercab
the fuse box is inside the pickup under the drivers side dash, there is a flasher which is the round one in the fuse box, it controls turn signals and emergency flashers also in the same fuse box, there is a 15 amp fuse which controls just the turn signals it sits vertical instead of horizontal.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
Ford has an add on keypad also if it is pretty much flush on the door it is factory if it is a fat keypad it is an add on The factory module is under the dash by the fuse panel the number should be on it
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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
When you turn the dial to 4 wheel drive it controls a solonoid unit that then controls the electric motor that shifts the trasfer case to 4X4. The clicking sound that you are hearing is probobly the solonoid unit (4x4 control unit) engaging or trying to engage the trasfer case motor. From what I,ve heard the solonoid unit is located behind the plastic panel that is under the glove box and before the passenger side door. Moisture can build up in that area and ruin the solinoid unit over time. Check any fuses that have any thing to do with the 4x4. If the solonoid unit or fuses is not the problem, I would check the wireing to the electric transfer case motor and the motor itself. Good luck and God bless!
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the info.. It actually turned out to be a rotten connector in the wiring harness just before the transfer case. I cut it out and re wired.."
335 crank shaft sensor,543 (Mem) Fuel pump relay or battery power feed was open.PCM is located under the instrument panel, is the brain of the EEC system
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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