Factory PIN for Keyless Entry

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I forgot to ask the dealer before I left what the PIN was. I sent them an email, but as impatient as I am, I read the manual. It tells how to see what the PIN is, but I can't find the location of the "Spare Key" socket to do the steps. It looks like it is under the center arm rest, inside the storage, but I don't see anything in there.

Anyone know where it is?

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Pretty sure you just place your key in to the center console
 

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I forgot to ask the dealer before I left what the PIN was. I sent them an email, but as impatient as I am, I read the manual. It tells how to see what the PIN is, but I can't find the location of the "Spare Key" socket to do the steps. It looks like it is under the center arm rest, inside the storage, but I don't see anything in there.

Anyone know where it is?

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A plastic card with the factory-set PIN should be included in the packet with the owner manual. Not in your packet?
 
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Tried putting the keys in the center console one at time, following the instructions, no luck.

Also went through the owner manual pouch again, no plastic card. There were tags on my keys, but none of the codes unlock the doors.
 

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It is a small laminated white card the size of a credit card. It was given to me by my dealer not in the manual.
 

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There was a separate post (perhaps part of the fuse box post for camera mount?) that said the key location isn’t actually in center console but actually below the center stack in one of the cubbies. Apparently a owners manual mistake...? Worth a try
 
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There was a separate post (perhaps part of the fuse box post for camera mount?) that said the key location isn’t actually in center console but actually below the center stack in one of the cubbies. Apparently a owners manual mistake...? Worth a try
Ok, that helped! Found it.

Under the USB-A and USB-C ports, remove that rubber bottom, there is an indentation in the molding. Putting the keys there worked.. But now that I came back inside to post that I found my key.. I forgot it..

Thanks everyone!
 

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Ok, that helped! Found it.

Under the USB-A and USB-C ports, remove that rubber bottom, there is an indentation in the molding. Putting the keys there worked.. But now that I came back inside to post that I found my key.. I forgot it..

Thanks everyone!
Lol, happy to help.
 

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Also you can find they key code under the glove box in the fuse compartment. If you view the thread about the interior fuse box access, you can see how to get to it. The code is on the larger white sticker behind the wires that are partially exposed. You can see the wires I’m talking about in the 6th picture on the fuse access thread: https://www.broncosportforum.com/forum/threads/interior-fuse-block-access.1627/#post-30896

Here is a video showing how to find the key code. It is shown on an Escape, but it’s the exact same process.


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I forgot to ask the dealer before I left what the PIN was. I sent them an email, but as impatient as I am, I read the manual. It tells how to see what the PIN is, but I can't find the location of the "Spare Key" socket to do the steps. It looks like it is under the center arm rest, inside the storage, but I don't see anything in there.

Anyone know where it is?

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Mine was on a card in glove compartment.
 

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