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1997 ford explorer oem keyless entry only(never had the code) alarm. I unpluged a wire harness in rear drivers side compartment, alarm when off. I plugged it back in right away. them tryed 2 start car 2 turn off alarm but it wouldn't start. So I disconected battery for a minute or more yet alarm is still going off. HELP!!!!

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Alarm code should b in the same compartent on the modual u disconnected

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  • 1995 thru 2001 is located in the jack storage compartment in the rear of your Explorer. First remove the panel to the jack storage compartment. Towards the front of this area you should see a metal box this is your auto-lock module(way up front next to your rear left passenger seat). On the back side of this is your 5 digit code factory preset code. It is hard to get to. To see it you will have to loosen, pull, use a flashlight or a mirror but it can be done.
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