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How do you find the keyless entry code for a 1991 Lincoln Town Car?

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2011-09-13 01:45:54
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on a 91 Lincoln Town Car the keyless entry code is in the trunk on passanger side on the hinge part

Yes and it should be in the owners manual or it should at least tell you in the owners manual where other stickers are

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