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    Shane
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    Default 1995 Ford Explorer Keyless Entry Permanent Code

    I have just bought a 95' Ford Explorer. I need to reset the the keyless
    entry system, but can't find the original permanent code. I then refered
    to the owners guide and it said the code was located in two locations
    (Owner's wallet card, and taped on the computer module). Upon searching
    these locations I found that both had been removed. The pervious owner
    said he never used it, because he did not know the code. Is there any
    way to find out this code, or am I S.O.L? Any help would be greatly
    appriciated.

    Thanks,
    Shane

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    nolimits3
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    Default 1995 Ford Explorer Keyless Entry Permanent Code

    Shane,

    You will need a flashlight and good eysight. Check inside the rear
    washer fluid compartment. Behind the washer filler on the bottom side
    of the box there should be the original code posted. Apparently it is
    that box that needs to be replaced if you lose the code.

    Ed...

    Shane wrote:
    > I have just bought a 95' Ford Explorer. I need to reset the the keyless
    > entry system, but can't find the original permanent code. I then refered
    > to the owners guide and it said the code was located in two locations
    > (Owner's wallet card, and taped on the computer module). Upon searching
    > these locations I found that both had been removed. The pervious owner
    > said he never used it, because he did not know the code. Is there any
    > way to find out this code, or am I S.O.L? Any help would be greatly
    > appriciated.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Shane

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    Shane
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    Default 1995 Ford Explorer Keyless Entry Permanent Code

    Ed,
    Thanks for your assistance, but as a stated earlier I checked
    the computer module (the box located in the rear washer fluid
    compartment). The code that was taped on there had been removed, or the
    computer had been replaced at one time. Is there any type of test
    equipment that could be hooked up to the car to get the code from the
    computer?

    Thanks,
    Shane

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