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Re-setting keyless entry code

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Hello,
I just bought a used 2000 Mercury Mountaineer (not from a Mercury dealer).
It has the numbered keypad for keyless entry, but I didn't get the code.
Does anyone know if there is a way to re-set it ( or will I have to go to a dealer, and if so, how much will it cost to have them reset it or look up the factory code?)

Thanks,
Nels

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The code is programed at the factory. A dealer has access to the information, which is tied to the VIN number on their system. Go to a dealer.

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Nels, I'm looking at the directions for reprogramming now. In the owners manual for my Continental there is a plastic card with the factory code printed on it. If you have the owners manual it might be in there. If not, go to the dealer.
Polar Bear

[This message has been edited by Polar Bear (edited 05-21-2003).]

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Forgot to respond about this awhile back. Hopefully, you're all set to go but if not, the keyless code numbers are suppose to be taped to the computer module also; that's what my owners manual states.

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Thanks all for the replies. I was able to find the sticker with the code on the computer module.

Nels

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