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How do you use a keyless entry code on a Ford Expedition?

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Press the code numbers on the door of the Ford Expedition to unlock the door, and then lift the door handle to open the door. If you want to use your own code for the door, you must follow a few more steps.

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  1. Enter the factory-set code

    Press the appropriate numbers that correspond with the factory-set code for the Expedition. If you desire to continue to use the factory code, simply lift the door handle and open the door. If you want to change the code, proceed to the next step.

  2. Press the 1-2 button

    Push the 1-2 button on the keypad within 5 seconds after entering the factory-set code.

  3. Enter the new code

    Type in the new 5-digit code that you would like to use to gain access to the vehicle. Make sure that each number is pressed within 5 seconds of the previous number.

  4. Listen to the doors lock and unlock

    Wait as the doors lock and then unlock. Once you hear this happen, this means that the personal entry code has been completed and is properly programmed. The next time that you unlock the Expedition, all you need to do is enter the 5-digit code to gain access to the vehicle.

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