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Old 07-10-2006, 12:50   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys! Just bought a 2002 Expedition XLT a few days ago, love the truck!! Really nice! Bought it from a non-Ford dealer and no owners manual and only 1 key and remote. I tried downloading the owners manual from the Ford web site, but it came back saying "...2002 not available for downloading...". I did order a new key fob from ebay tho. Thought I'd get nearest Ford dealer to cut a few keys for me & was quoted $100.00 for the 1st key and $20.00 for the second, plus service charges to program them. Any cheaper way around this? He said they are "Pass keys" and have small IC Chips inside. Can anyone help with the key thing or a manual? He said I could cut the key for entry into the vehicle, but it won't start the truck. Thanks in advance for any help you could give!!
Gary in Baltimore.
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Old 07-10-2006, 16:28   #2 (permalink)
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You must use PATS keys and have them programmed. No other way around it.
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I was afraid of that. Thanks for the reply. You wouldn't know how I'd find out the code for the keyless entry touchpad on the drivers side door, would ya?
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I was afraid of that. Thanks for the reply. You wouldn't know how I'd find out the code for the keyless entry touchpad on the drivers side door, would ya?
Look for a box (module) on the driver's side under the dash. It should have a label with the code on it. If not, then the Dealer who programs your keys should retrieve the door code also for no additional cost.
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Mullet Man:
Thanks for the help! Got the code and I now understand why you need 2 working keys to program more. The dealer retrieved the door code when he did the keys. Finally got the manual in the mail, 16.00 from Ebay. I had no idea about the air suspension. Gonna hafta read more on this forum about that. I wanna learn everything I can about this truck. Last truck was a Cherokee -- Wow! -- totally different class truck!
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