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Originally posted by Rubix+Jun 12 2006, 04:32 PM--><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Rubix @ Jun 12 2006, 04:32 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>
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Also, if the owners manual was included in the sale, check and see if Ford slipped a card the size of a credit card in there.Â* It's white with blue text and has the "master" code on there.

I just started looking on where to find the code.

I read this and sent the kid to get the owners manual

BAM!!! right there.

And it works too.

I didnt know that after you put in the code you can punch the center button and pop the trunk.

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yes this is on all g3 and g4 taurus keypads. type your code in then press 3/4 to unlock all doors and press 5/6 to pop trunk [/b][/quote]
Actually every ford from every year (including mine) work the same.
Press anytime the 7/8 and 9/0 button at the same time, all doors will lock.
Type your code then : 3/4 to unlock all doors, 5/6 to open the trunk.
Press any button will illuminate the keypad, door locks and interior lights.


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I wonder if a keyless keypad system could be installed on a car that doesn't have it... I know my car is programmed for one, when I bought my Taurus and gave me the remotes, there was a Factory Code included for that.... But no keypad


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I wonder if a keyless keypad system could be installed on a car that doesn't have it... I know my car is programmed for one, when I bought my Taurus and gave me the remotes, there was a Factory Code included for that.... But no keypad

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I went to the trouble of registering just to say a HUGE thank-you for the info on where to find the keyless code. Just picked up my new-to-me 2004 SEL and only got one key and no code, so was a bit concerned about locking myself out of it on day one. One quick internet search and one moderately twisted spine later, the code is mine!

Does the default factory code always work, even if you program your own personal code?

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its funny that there are people on ebay who will "sell" you directions on how to find out your code.

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.....and here is a shot of the code...........
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I went to the trouble of registering just to say a HUGE thank-you for the info on where to find the keyless code. Just picked up my new-to-me 2004 SEL and only got one key and no code, so was a bit concerned about locking myself out of it on day one. One quick internet search and one moderately twisted spine later, the code is mine!

Does the default factory code always work, even if you program your own personal code?

Mick
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The default code is set it stone, you can never change it. It will always work regardless. I would hide that code and use it as backup. Especially if you share the code among others, just give them the personal code so you can change it if needed.

And BTW, welcome to the site man. If you bought the car through a Ford dealer, they should have given you 2 keys, 2 remotes, and the keypad code w/the sale regardless.

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This was EXTREMELY helpful!!!!!
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.....and here is a shot of the code...........[/b]

I went to the trouble of registering just to say a HUGE thank-you for the info on where to find the keyless code. Just picked up my new-to-me 2004 SEL and only got one key and no code, so was a bit concerned about locking myself out of it on day one. One quick internet search and one moderately twisted spine later, the code is mine!

Does the default factory code always work, even if you program your own personal code?

Mick
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WOW - That's one tough spot for a middle aged fat guy to get to!
Thanks for the photos. I had already looked at the module for the code but wouldn't have found it without your pics.

Mick: Yes - the factory code always works regardless of personal codes entered. I also just got a new-to-me 2006 SEL w/ 1 key and no manual (and no floor mats - what's wrong with these dealers!). I found the following resources that may be helpful:

Free owners manual (pdf): http://www.motorcraftservice.com (look on left pane, non-subscription resources, owner guides)

Blank keys and RKE key fobs: http://www.ikeyless.com/
Cheapest I've found ($15 & $25, respectively) - still need to be cut and programmed. For you and me, w/ only 1 key, that means $70 labor @ the Ford dealer. I hear some locksmiths can do it but I tried 2 with no luck. If you already have 2 keys then you can program the 3rd yourself (see owner's manual - still needs to be cut, though). So, at $15, I'm going to get a 3rd key just in case. I haven't tried my local dealer yet to confirm they'll cut a key that I bring in but other posts make it seem likely. Otherwise, theirs cost $40 ea. on top of the labor.

I was looking at the stilletto key/RKE combo at ikeyless ($60, i.e. $20 more than key + fob)). I have an e-mail in to them to make sure that the bulky head will fit in to the dealer's cutting machine. I assume it will... ?

The RKE key fobs should be no problem at all. Just follow directions in the owner's manual to program to your car.

Hope my 2 cents helps someone. Thanks to the previous posters for their help.

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QUOTE (TaurusKev @ Mar 30 2007, 12:10 PM)
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I wonder if a keyless keypad system could be installed on a car that doesn't have it... I know my car is programmed for one, when I bought my Taurus and gave me the remotes, there was a Factory Code included for that.... But no keypad [/b]
You can buy an add on keypad at a ford dealership. Where I work it's about $90. I got one for my Mustangs.

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