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The factory code for the door is a five digit number that can be located under the trunk lid on a little white sticker or on the computer box under the right floor board kick panel. After I found the code mine worked fine

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Keyless Entry Keypad To unlock the driver front door (20124) , and disarm the anti-theft alarm control (19A366) , (if equipped):
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