"DearDeva" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> My driver's side seatbelt won't latch anymore, so I thought I'd swap
> it out
> with one from the rear seats, that rarely are used. Am I getting
> into no
> man's land here?
> Also I want to install some of those hi-beam blue headlight bulbs.
> How do
> I de-attach the bulbs from the headlights?
> Anyone know how to go about getting the lost code for a
> keyless entry on the drivers door?
> Thanks everyone!
I've got a '96 explorer. I had to unbolt my seat when I changed my
front seat belt buckle a couple of years back. Moving the seat
forward just didn't give me enough clearence to reach the bolt.
Your Ford dealership should be able to give you a code for your
keyless entry by using your VIN number. My master code is on a credit
card sized card that I got when I bought my Explorer. It also has a
code for the radio as I recall.
To get to my headlight bulbs, I raise my hood and there are two flaps
above the headlights that all access to the bulbs. Just lift the
flaps and give the light bulb socket about a 1/4 turn and it should
Now for my rant about another bad Ford design - my driver's side seat
belt does not retract fast enough or well enough and I end up slamming
my door on the seat belt.
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