i just had the same question answerd for me...mine is a 98 tho but i was told all have this....first in the rear open your storage for the jack...u should see a couple different wireing harneses..it was on the white one for mine with alot of wires running into it..on the side..i needed a flashlight to read it but its a five didgit code printed in bold type...thats the fac code...worked for me anyways...good luck
How do you find the factory set keyless entry code for a 2004 Eddie Bauer Explorer
The factory keyless entry code for a Ford Explorer is ( on a card that comes with the owners manual )
Each vehicle has its own factory code
Every vehicle with keyless entry has it's own factory code
call a dealer near you about your problem
In a 1998 Ford Explorer : The RAP module ( Remote Anti-theft Personality module ) is used with your anti-theft system and your keyless remotes ( each vehicle with keyless entry has it's own factory code )
Each vehicle has it's own factory keyless entry code
Each vehicle with keyless entry has it's own factory code
The computer module for the keyless entry system on the 2006 Ford Explorer is behind the rear passenger seat. It is located under the seat belt panel.
The factory-set code is located: I have a 2005 ST my code was on the keyless module behind the passenger side air bag. go to www.mysporttrac.com and it will tell u how to find it.
In the Jack compartment on a 1996
I found the computer module (w/ the keyless entry factory code) on my 2003 Ford Explorer XLT behind and just below the rear passenger side seatbelt panel. Not sure if it's in the same location on the Sport model but it's worth a shot. Carefully remove the seatbelt panel (shoulder portion) and dislodge the top portion of the panel below it. The black computer module with the keyless entry code should be easily visible.
I have heard that it is on a sticker on the radio or in the glove box.
the factory door code is printed on the cars computer which is located behind the panel next to the hood release.
as far as I know you have to have the dealership do it cause they have to read the codes in the computer to set the remote
The factory keyless entry code can't be erased because you have to enter that code to make any changes to your personal code etc . The only way I can think of changing the factory code is to change the RAP module in the wheel jack storage compartment in your cargo area ( I'm not a mechanic / technician - just a guess )
Look to the right of the steering column under the dash. I think the remote keyless entry is here & not sure if it's different from keyless entry.I'm not exactly sure if the computer that controls the keyless entry is what they're looking for - OR - the location of the factory set code for that vehicle.See "Related Questions" below for the location of the code
it is down by the brake pedal on a metal box
It is in the side pocket were the jack is stored, just over the drivers rear wheel well.
I bought a 1998 ford explorer and the owners manual showed how to reprogram the keyless entry system if you have the manual read it if not you can look on line for that info i had to locate the computer module to find the factory 5 # code on it before i could reprogram mine.May be different on 2008 just trying to help.
yes because i have a 93 ford explorer yes because i have a 93 ford explorer
Press the button on your keyfob
You can not change the master code yourseft. Only the dealer can.
passenger side b pillar remove plastic molding using a mirror to read numbers off the sticker on the module down by the floor
It's in the storage compartment in the cargo area , on the driver side , where the wheel jack is kept