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How do you reset the code for a key-less entry on the door of a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer?

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2012-02-20 23:30:53
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From inside the hatch the panel on the driver side just above the driver rear wheel is the security control model. there is a white tag with some numbers on it and those numbers are the factory key less entry code.

After you find the 5 digit factory code, punch in the numbers, then press the "1-2" button, then a 5 digit code of your choice. ( When i set my own, no lights blinked or horn honked, but still worked ) Next, open the door, and lock all the doors, and test your new code.

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