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Old 10-12-2005, 12:21 AM
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lincoln keyless entry

my buddy has a 94 Lincoln Continental and it has that number pad on the drivers side door. He just bought it from a neighbor but they don't know the code. some one told me you can find the code in the trunk?? If so is there a possibility it could be changed or something?? I dunno why he wants to know so bad, hes got the remote for the thing, i dunno, hes one of those dudes if hes got it he uses it. Thanks for the help.

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you have to program the code, it is not set even from the dealership or factory, If you have the owners manual just reset the computer ( disconnect battery, turn ign on, turn off, reconnect battery and turn ign on ), then follow the instructions to reset the code.
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The permanent door code is on a white tag on the deck lid hinge and not user changeable. If the permanent code does not work, the car computer may have been changed. You will have to go to Ford for resetting it on their master computer.

Installing a personal key code is covered in the owners manual.

Key fobs are easily programmable to match the fob to the car computer, any dealer (or anyone with the procedure) can do it.
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awsome thanks a lot ya'll. So from what i understand there are two diffrent codes? One standard that is on a tag in teh trunk, and one that can be progamed? i'll let him know thanks again for the replys
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awsome thanks a lot ya'll. So from what i understand there are two diffrent codes? One standard that is on a tag in teh trunk, and one that can be progamed? i'll let him know thanks again for the replys
correct, personal code programing is in any ford owner's manual
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Old 10-13-2005, 01:40 PM
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thank you very much
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If you find the permanent code, enter it, then press "1", wait a second, then enter the 5-digit code of your choosing. This code can be changed the same way, and it will quit working if you disconnect the battery.

There is a way to decode the thing (and possibly change the permanent code) if you know how. It involves the positioning of five resistors on the circuit board inside the box. It was posted on the old board at www.foxtbirdcougarforums.com , but I couldn't find it on the new one. Might post there & see if anyone remembers it.
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The original code is located on one of three places, trunk hinge, a plastic card in the glove box or on the keylesss entry module located under the rear package tray in the trunk. Enter the original code, within 5 sec press the 1/2 button, within 5 sec. enter your own 5 digit personal #. Wait 5 sec until the illuminated keypad turns off. Now you can use the original # or your own #. The module does not accept sequential #s (12345) or repetitive #s. (55555)
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Old 10-17-2005, 08:10 AM
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thanks a bunch ya'll! we found the factory code in the trunk and now i'll tell him how to program his own in there.
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hey i done wut u said and all it does is add a number it dont get rid of the old .... how will i get rid of the old....... thanks
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hey i done wut u said and all it does is add a number it dont get rid of the old .... how will i get rid of the old....... thanks
See the second paragraph of my above post.
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