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Key pad on door, Code location?

My new/used F-250 has the keyless entry pad on the door. I don't have the original card in the owners packet with the number. I know that Ford puts it on the body computer, any hints where I can find it, or another tag with the number on it?

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Depending on the year of the truck I read somewhere the code is behind the radio. The dealer, which charges $50 to tell you the code, said it is not there on my 06. I contacted the PO of my truck and got his code so I didn't have to spend the $50 YET. I didn't take the radio out yet so I can't confirm if the code is or isn't there.

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They say it's up behind the radio, i'm in the same boat
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Lay down on the drivers side and look up towards the radio. you will see a piece of white insulation looking stuff in there. move it out of the way and you will see a box with a label on it. The code is on that lable. You can see it without having to take anything apart... All you need is a flashlight and a contortionist's flexibility.

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i got a -03 excursion and need to find code as well.. in my car it is not behind radio or above it. not inside driver door and cant find it under the dash.. and cannot get it from dealer cause i live in finland and ere is not a ford dealer to american version fords...
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Maybe this will help. This is best I could find.

how to find the keypad code article/ post - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

And here's one with his finger pointing!

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/51...ml#post3891582

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Maybe this will help. This is best I could find.

how to find the keypad code article/ post - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

And here's one with his finger pointing!

Keyless Keypad Code - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
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It is printed on the sticker that is on your security module.

You can find the module up against the firewall directly down from the back of your stereo, you will have to pull back some of the insulation pad to see it.

If you have the drivers side glovebox then you can swing it down out of the way and look through the opening to spot the box. It is usually easier to hold a digital camera up in there and take a picture of it to get the code, it is hard to read it because it's back in there soo far.


This one helped me find mine on my '06

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