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Old 05-21-2012, 07:48 AM
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It was easy to find the code on the module under the dash. Lay your head by the gas peddle, look up behind the radio, see black box with at least 3 (about 20 pin) wire plugs going into it, get a mirror up in there so you can see the TOP SIDE of the black box and write down the 5 digit code you see in block letters. The code is reversed in the mirror so try it both ways. lol
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It was easy to find the code on the module under the dash. Lay your head by the gas peddle, look up behind the radio, see black box with at least 3 (about 20 pin) wire plugs going into it, get a mirror up in there so you can see the TOP SIDE of the black box and write down the 5 digit code you see in block letters. The code is reversed in the mirror so try it both ways. lol

our is a old piece of dinosour! 00 im told they aint got no codes under there.
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To the people who have done this.

Do you break after every 5 digits is entered or do you just keep entering the digits till you find the right one?

Thanks in advance.
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Did this to my 01, just kept plugging away till i found it got lucky and the first one was the factory reset....took about 15 min.

ive heard on some of the newer ones it locks you out after a few tries so you have to use the key once and then keep pluggin away.....

great trick though until someone tries to steal your truck this way.
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Did this to my 01, just kept plugging away till i found it got lucky and the first one was the factory reset....took about 15 min.

ive heard on some of the newer ones it locks you out after a few tries so you have to use the key once and then keep pluggin away.....

great trick though until someone tries to steal your truck this way.
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To the people who have done this.

Do you break after every 5 digits is entered or do you just keep entering the digits till you find the right one?

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Depends on the model year. Older models ('00-'01?) have no limit - you just plug away till you find it. Newer models will stop taking numbers at something like 30-35 digits. You have to wait one minute or cycle the ignition to start again (don't forget to go back 4 digits in the string so you don't miss a possible combination).

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great trick though until someone tries to steal your truck this way.
Which is why you NEED put an alarm on your rig (or put your {Insert bad a$$ dog here} inside)...this "feature" will let a thief right in to steal your stuff.

Who am I kidding...if they want your stuff, they will get it...the alarm just gives you time to get your shotgun.
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Deactivating/Activating Auto-lock

1. Enter the five 5-digit code.

2. Press and hold 7/8 control.

3. Press and release 3/4 control while holding 7/8 control.

4. Release 7/8 control.

The horn will chirp once if auto-lock was deactivated or twice if auto-lock was activated.

Does this work on a 2000 Model? I have tried this but never heard the horn or had it lock/unlock.

I was lucky the day I went to the dealer and he gave my master code at no charge! I guess the smaller town dealers are a little more willing to get my business than a bigger area dealer!
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Does this work on a 2000 Model? I have tried this but never heard the horn or had it lock/unlock.

I was lucky the day I went to the dealer and he gave my master code at no charge! I guess the smaller town dealers are a little more willing to get my business than a bigger area dealer!
Post 11 I think...the 2000 doesn't have auto lock..that came in 2002 or so.
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Is there any way to disable the key pad if I don't use it? I really don't like the idea of someone having an easy way in.
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Is there any way to disable the key pad if I don't use it? I really don't like the idea of someone having an easy way in.

unplug the connector inside the door
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Sweet. I just hoped it wouldn't mess up anything else. Thanks.
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As usual with FTE...Awesome info in these forums! I used the info in this thread to find the master Keypad code on my new-to-me 2004 Excursion. After 20 minutes of working my way through the number list, and having to wait for the keypad to reset after xx attempts (the Key On-Key Off trick did not work for me) I tried method number 2....use a flashlight and a mirror.

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Cool Can I get the keyless entry code to my truck with the vin #

I have a 2007 F150 extended cab. My keys are locked inside and so is my code. Can I get the security code from my VIN #?? I really need to get in my truck.
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You could give the string of numbers a shot...
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