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Old 07-30-2012, 02:36 PM
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Exterior keypad

I just purchased a 2008 F-350 and don't have the code to the keypad. Is there anyway to reprogram it without knowing the current code? Thanks
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Old 07-30-2012, 02:44 PM
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you need the factory code to program your own. it is marked on the icm, or a dealer should be able to give it to you. prolly have to drive in for that.

once you get it you can prgram your own. the factory code will still be there as well. it never goes away.
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Thanks for the info. I was worried they wouldn't be able to reset it. I miss not having that keypad working.
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If you don't want to pay the dealership to hook up their computer to tell you the code, I think they wanted $45 or something stupid to tell me mine. The stock (master) key code is located on a sticker behind the passenger kick pannel. You will need to take the passenger door sill plate out, and then take out the passenger kick pannel. There will be a small black box that is held in by 2 bolts. Take those 2 bolts out, and there will be 3 stickers on the back of that box. It is kinda hard to read, but you will be able to figure it out from there. Then just use you owners manual to set your new code.

Hope this helps, I have some pics from when I did mine if you need them.
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The factory code will always be there. No way to change it. You can add your own code.
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If you don't want to pay the dealership to hook up their computer to tell you the code, I think they wanted $45 or something stupid to tell me mine. The stock (master) key code is located on a sticker behind the passenger kick pannel. You will need to take the passenger door sill plate out, and then take out the passenger kick pannel. There will be a small black box that is held in by 2 bolts. Take those 2 bolts out, and there will be 3 stickers on the back of that box. It is kinda hard to read, but you will be able to figure it out from there. Then just use you owners manual to set your new code.

Hope this helps, I have some pics from when I did mine if you need them.
Please post pics - this is GREAT information.
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If you don't want to pay the dealership to hook up their computer to tell you the code, I think they wanted $45 or something stupid to tell me mine. The stock (master) key code is located on a sticker behind the passenger kick pannel. You will need to take the passenger door sill plate out, and then take out the passenger kick pannel. There will be a small black box that is held in by 2 bolts. Take those 2 bolts out, and there will be 3 stickers on the back of that box. It is kinda hard to read, but you will be able to figure it out from there. Then just use you owners manual to set your new code.

Hope this helps, I have some pics from when I did mine if you need them.

This is where I found my code as well. They were tiny little numbers though.
Just look for 5 numbers in a row and try them.
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Didn't have to remove anything aside from the kick panel to find mine yesterday. It was under a barcode on a piece of paper attached to one of the wires behind the kick panel.
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I found mine as well. Thanks . Now I never bring my keys. By the way. When you shut your door press #7 #9 at the same time and it locks your truck. I don't know that until a buddy told me.
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I found mine as well. Thanks . Now I never bring my keys. By the way. When you shut your door press #7 #9 at the same time and it locks your truck. I don't know that until a buddy told me.
It's in the owners manual...
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