Question about 2004 Mercury Mountaineer
Sometimes the code is written by the dealer in the owners manual. If your not the original owner you can call the dealer, for the procedure to clear the old code and reprogram a new one. They will need your vehicle's ID # and may want verification the car belongs to you. An in person visit may be necessary with title/tag receipt.
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