I just purchased a new (to me) F350 4x4 LB Quad Cab Dually. It is the most awesome truck, but I don't have the original papers that have the door keypad codes. Can anyone tell me where on the truck to find the sticker with these codes.
I just found mine it is on the firewall. Open the cubby belowthe upfitter switches then then pull the sides in to pull itdown further. take a flash light and look on the firewall behindit will be slightly up (its the 5 large digitson that sticker)
Well, thanks to everyone for their assistance. Since I was unsuccessful in locating my code, I will tell you what I was told by a Ford representative. He says that at least by 2005 the codes are no longer printed anywhere within the vehicle and you must now go to the dealership and pay $79 for a hookup.
Making money would appear to be the primary motivation for Ford. Not cool if you ask me.
[quote=dodgedtheford2long]Well, thanks to everyone for their assistance. Since I was unsuccessful in locating my code, I will tell you what I was told by a Ford representative. He says that at least by 2005 the codes are no longer printed anywhere within the vehicle and you must now go to the dealership and pay $79 for a hookup.QUOTE]
It may well be that I was lied to, but I can also tell you that I looked EVERYWHERE for that box and followed all the instructions from other helpful users and could not find it. There is nothing behind my radio that could be mistaken for a RAP module!
Luckily for me, the guy who sold me the car eventually located the original owner, who supplied the code and forwarded it to me. Not much help to anyone else, but solved my problem for free.
i just found mine on an 05 f250.i looked everywhere as well.all kinds of boxes, numbers and white fiber insulation.i kept reading "on the firewall" so i peeled back 2 layers of insulation and a butt load of wires to find a black box mounted to the firewall with a big white decal stuck to it with 5 bold print digits on the left hand side.thanks fellas
OK guys.....I have followed all directions i took the whole dash apart, took 3 hours......still no #'s, foud severl boxes... i have a 05 6.0 so maybe they are dif. but the damage to the truck it takes to get that far back to the fire wall just isnt worth it...
If you take the truck to a Ford dealer, they will hook a scanner to the port under the dash (just below the steering wheel) and pull the code. Takes all of about 2 minutes. I stood and watched the tech do mine. It took longer to drive back to his stall than to pull the code.
As for price, I dont know. Mine was free (tech is a friend).
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