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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-23-2007, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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f150 push button door lock reset????

I bought a used f150 with the pushbutton door lock but i don't have the original code, any way to reset it without taking back to dealer and paying $150????

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-23-2007, 10:58 PM
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Are you talking about the keyless entry buttons on the outside of the drivers door? If so, then in one of the door jambs or the glove compartment there should be a label with the original code on it.



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This is from the owner's manual for my 2007 F-150. You don't say what year yours is so this may or may not apply. First part says where you should find the code but I'm not sure where the "computer module" is located.





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The proceedure is as rod has said. BUT, as a precaution, you should find the module and get the factory preset code. If you disconnect the battery, your personal code will be erased, and the only code will be the factory preset. You will have to reset your personal code. Go back to the dealer to get them to showor tell you where the module is, or have them read the code from the computer. A reputable dealer should do this without a charge, since they have already got your money for the purchase. I think that the module is in the left kickpanel, it is about the same size as the ECU, and has a label with the factory code printed on it.
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thanks for the info guys I will search around and see if i can find a sticker

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On my 2000 F150, there is a white plastic box just to the left of the brake pedal on the firewall. The master code is printed in 1/2" numbers running up and down.

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chris you da man
right where you said it would be thanks much and merry merry and happy happy

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