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Old 12-27-2012, 03:41 AM
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Where is the keypad code located on a 2010 ford f350??

I've been trying to research and find the answer, but can only find info pertaining to pre 08's

Anyone know where the code is at besides the credit card that is supposed to be in the book??
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Old 12-27-2012, 04:09 AM
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Take the paasenger side kick panel out just infront of the door. There is a black module with 2 screws holding it upagainst the passenger side wall. remove the screws and the code is on a sticker on the backside of the module. Just did this on my 08 about 2 months ago
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Take the paasenger side kick panel out just infront of the door. There is a black module with 2 screws holding it upagainst the passenger side wall. remove the screws and the code is on a sticker on the backside of the module. Just did this on my 08 about 2 months ago
This is what I have on the passenger side, I removed the cover all I found were fuses no code....

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pwrstrokin6.4 is correct. I just did this about 3 months ago. There are a lot of numbers on the BACK of the module. You'll have to find the correct ones. I would write down the numbers and go over to the keypad and enter them until I found the correct one.
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pwrstrokin6.4 is correct. I just did this about 3 months ago. There are a lot of numbers on the BACK of the module. You'll have to find the correct ones. I would write down the numbers and go over to the keypad and enter them until I found the correct one.
So remove the fuse block and everything and look behind it then??
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Yes, it's 2 small bolts (8mm I think). The code is on the back of the fusebox. It's kind of hard to see because you can only pull the box out so far with all the wires coming out.
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