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Old 02-12-2009, 02:09 PM
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Where is autolock module?

Just traded in my 2000 4x4 Lariat for a 2004 model in supercrew. The old truck had the locking module mounted under the dash and I could read the locking combination off of it. However, the new trucks module is not in the same place. Can someone clue me in to where it is located, pls? Tks, Jim
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Behind the glovebox.
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Thank you, thank you, sir. Will check it out in the a.m. when I change the oil. Tks, again.. Jim
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OK. Have pulled the glove box but am unable to spot the module. As I understand it, the autolock combo should be on the module itself. Can see nothing that corresponds to that. What I am after is the combo, as it did not come with the used truck. Anyone out there that can lead me to the module? Jim
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Bump!! Anyone? Still have the glove box off. Jim
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Still unable to find the autolock module under the drivers dash or behind the glove box. Does someone out there know where it is located on a 2004 Lariat s/c 4x4????? Jim
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are you trying to get the 5-digit combo that works on the Drivers Door Keypad?


if so, the module is on the back wall of the cab behind the rear seats. do a search for methods to remove the seats to access that module and get the code that is printed on a sticker on it
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Tks, Tylus, will give that a shot. Jim
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Jenkins try here for seat removal instructions; http://www.ford-trucks.com/article/i...2008_F150.html
Tylus thanks for getting me straightened out. It's the SD that has the module behind the glove box correct?
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Fantastic tutorial, Shorebird!!!! Just what I needed. Tks, again! Jim
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