Re: Finding Keyless Entry Combination
Usually, any Ford dealer can run the VIN and get the lock code. I would find a different dealer, and go in for something routine, like an oil change or one of their advertised specials. While in there, ask the service advisor if the lock code is on his screen whilehe has your service records pulled up. When asked while doing another service, some of the more friendly dealers will just lean over, write the code on a piece of paper and hand it to you.
The other option is to find out where the door lock module is mounted. Usually it is inside the driver's door, possibly on the door panel itself. You'll need to remove the door panel. The module will have a label on it, and that lable will have the code printed on it. Last time I saw one was when I was changing out a lock actuator on a Lincoln I used to own. I never used the key pad since I didn't have the code, and always used the remote. But when I had the door panel off, the module was mounted there, and the code was printed on it. I tried it, and it worked first time!
There is a possible third option; look through every page of every manual and piece of paper that came with the owners manual. Sometimes the dealer will write the code in there somewhere for the first owner. Good luck!
Last edited by SanAntonio Joe; 07-20-2012 at 09:29 PM.