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Need new code for my door, and it also seems like its idleling a little too high when im taking off,and i also need a clip for my passenger visor,a piece broke off

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The permanent code is on the plastic card in your owner manual packet. If you don't have that, a Lincoln delaer can extract it from the module for about 1/2 hour labor time.
many Aviator parts are common with Explorer/Mountaineer.

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