Question about 2002 Ford Escort
You are describing the Lock 10 message. Ford charge a fortune to resolve this - up to £200.
However you can fix it yourself with a bit of help. Contact these guys at this link.
They charge £3.50 to decode the radio itself but be sure to use the contact form to let them know the radio is also locked up as this requires an additional procedure to get the radio to accept the code.
They will supply the instructions you need to get it running again. Have used them several times.
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Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Leave it switched on for 12 hours then input correct code.
small sticker supplied when new.
as most fords are ex rental the code may have been "lost"and ford do not keep records,try a company called "radio active"they will unlock it for a fee.....(you can,if you have the correct code, change it for one of your own and some people do just that, which is a *****)
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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