Question about Ford Explorer
If this is the factory installed key pad then there are only 2 ways to get the code. The first being that the card with the code on it is still in the vehicle by chance. It will look like a debit/credit card that's all white with the code on it usually kept with the owners manual. The second being you have to take it to a Ford dealership and have them hook it up to a computer and pull the code.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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