Question about 2004 Lincoln Aviator
NEED TO LOCATE THE KEYLESS ENTRY CODE.
The keyless code is by the right rear door panel. open the door, remove the panel that's over the the seatbelt. after doing that open but you don't have just kind of stretch out and their you will find a black box or reciever with a sticker and a 5 digit code stamped on it. if you want to change the passcode refer to your manual, but you'll need the original code to be able to change it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
I purchased a 2004 lincoln aviator from a small used car dealer but it does not have the manual, so i dont find the door code anywhere, what can i do to be able to unlock the code and make a new one?
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