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Old 06-17-2008, 03:12 PM
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Keyless Door Code Location - 2007 Expedition

Greetings. I am requesting your help in finding the 5-digit door code for a 2007 Expedition. I have been told that for 2003 and newer trucks, the code is located under the passenger dash and on a black computer module with a Bosch label. I have had no luck and am under the suspicion that this code has moved since 2006.

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You have to have the dealer grab the code off the trucks computer as far as I know.
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Old 06-17-2008, 04:10 PM
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From looking for mine for 3 months and reading from several boards, the 2007's do not have them anywhere on the vehicle. Like berry1234 said, you have to go to the dealer.
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Greetings. I am requesting your help in finding the 5-digit door code for a 2007 Expedition. I have been told that for 2003 and newer trucks, the code is located under the passenger dash and on a black computer module with a Bosch label. I have had no luck and am under the suspicion that this code has moved since 2006.

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The dealer should have given you a card with the code.... Owners Guid says...

This code is located on the owner’s wallet card in the glove box and is
available from your authorized dealer.
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Old 06-19-2008, 09:15 PM
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Thank you all. Note that I bought this truck used and there is no trace of the previous owner or code. I guess I'll take it to the dealer.

Thanks again.
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There are some excellent threads on the supercoupe forums about the control modules for the door buttons. The combinations are based on the placement, in sequence, of 5 resistors on the control module itself. If you can determine the location of that module (EVTM?) you can determine the button sequence. Remember, there are only 5 buttons, so each button has 2 possible numbers. Remove the cover of the module (drill rivets or whatever) and observe the placement of the resistors. Its slightly more complicated, but very doable.

If you are worried about the previous owner or dont know who it was, you can actually change the position of the resistors with a little soldering on the circuit board. Its brain surgery but not rocket science I will look-see in my material I have printed off some sites, maybe I can find more particulars. In a previous life (pre-retirement) I have modified hundreds, of circuit boards/components. These are really simple.
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