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Old 11-11-2009, 09:35 AM
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how to get code for door key pad

We have an 01 diesel that we bought about a month ago but did not get the code for the key pad. Is that code hidden somewhere in the rig or can I call somewhere to get it? Thanks.
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Here you go: 33 pages of reading at the current count. It depends on year of the truck on where it is located but this should help:

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/51...ypad-code.html
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For an 01, just do the macro method. I just did mine a few weeks ago and it took me 10-15 min to get to mine (luckily in the 1xxxx range). Or try your local dealer to see how much they'll charge you (if anything).
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Scoob5555, do you have that word document with the list of codes? I am going to pm you my email, thanks.
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Scoob5555, do you have that word document with the list of codes? I am going to pm you my email, thanks.
That document will cause you to do every possible string of numbers and you just have to hope that you get it. It's just a list of numbers starting at 00001. Then 00002, 00003, 00004, etc.

If you use the sequence in the link I gave, you can run thru all of those numbers listed in about 15 minutes and have it.

Click on that link, copy the numbers, paste them to a word document, make them as large you want in order to be able to read them, print it out, and then get to punching numbers.
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We have an 01 diesel that we bought about a month ago but did not get the code for the key pad. Is that code hidden somewhere in the rig or can I call somewhere to get it? Thanks.
Just so we don't overlook the obvious, did you look in the little sleeve that holds the owner's manual? Mine was on a card the size of a credit card. Otherwise, here is a link to an article but the pictures are missing.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/84...icle-post.html

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About my third trip in for service and a couple of minor repairs,I just casually remarked to the service manager that I needed the door code and just didn't see having to dig around under the dash for it.When I picked up the car that PM,he very casually said that the door code was written on the invoice and that there was no extra charge.. The local Ford stealer wanted $55 to get it and another $50 to reset it for me...
The DW just replaced her older Cougar under the clunker program there and even tho she got a pretty good deal,I just know we got nailed somewhere...Problem was that she wanted a black Focus and lo and behold they had just gotten one in on a dealer trade that morning,for real 'cuz I saw the other dealers sticker,and that was all she wrote folks...What they wouldn't honor was the fact that there was no mark-up sticker on the car and charged her the full price anyway.They did give her an extended warranty,but that was still $1500 difference...
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I agree with Scott. This method is what I used and it will work a LOT faster than the other method. Pull up a chair and get comfy. Your eyes will get tired of keeping track of where you are on the page, but once you recognize the pattern (or rhythm, if you want) it will be easier.
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That document will cause you to do every possible string of numbers and you just have to hope that you get it. It's just a list of numbers starting at 00001. Then 00002, 00003, 00004, etc.

If you use the sequence in the link I gave, you can run thru all of those numbers listed in about 15 minutes and have it.

Click on that link, copy the numbers, paste them to a word document, make them as large you want in order to be able to read them, print it out, and then get to punching numbers.
Can I just punch the numbers in according to the list, or do i have to divide it up and zero out during the punching? I think I have read that there is some kind of protection in the system so it locks up after you have tried to enter the code to many times??
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Nope, you won't get locked out at any time while entering the hack method. You just keep entering constantly. If you do stop, like after your eyes start to wiggle and/or your brain starts to fade, just open the door and reset the system (unlock and lock, I think), then start again with the primer (9999) and start a few keys back from where you stopped to cover all the bases.
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Thanks, will try this weekend. The code I find then is that the master code, and can I change to a code that is easy for the whole family to remember?
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Thanks, will try this weekend. The code I find then is that the master code, and can I change to a code that is easy for the whole family to remember?
It is either your master code or the secondary code.

The secondary code can be erased and changed. The master code is permanent.
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The code isn't in the 00 and 01 and maybe 02 models under the dash etc.
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