Hey everyone i just bought a 2005 ford 150 would post pics soon.. anyways i have a couple ?s for everyone.
1. How do i reset the number locks on the driver door?? they never told me the code at the dealers...
2. They gave me a key fob that is taped together and falling apart.... I have a dodge key fob that is a spare.. is there anyway i could make the dodge key fob work on my ford? with out going to the dealers....
There should be a number on the module in the left rear corner of the cab inside. That would be the number for the panel. The Dodge remote won't work. Check with a wrecking yard for one and you can program it yourself. Check the owners manual. If you don't have one, you can download one here. https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenan...ls/default.asp
no i havent figured anything out with that yet... i went to the chevy dealership where i got it from and they said they couldnt help... was going to try the ford dealership this weekend but we got hit with 13in of snow last night so all i was to is shoveling since my drive way is really long.... but maybe next weekend.... was going to try to take out the back seat of the truck and see if i can find them but found out that my truck stands 8ft 6in and the garage doors are only 7ft. so looks like i have to wait for a nicer day... o yea im in grand island nebraska....
Yes, the rear seat has to come out to get at it. There way be an additional trim panel behind the seat too. The Ford dealer can get it by them using their scan tool.
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