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Where is the computer module located on the 2002 ford expedition?

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2006-11-15 00:22:04
2006-11-15 00:22:04

I'm still looking to comfirm this further, but so far have established that the computer module is located behind the kick panel on the passenger side. Door lock code is supposed to be in bold type (5 digits)

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