how can I reset the keyless entry for my 2005 ford Taurus?

Asked by Aug 03, 2013 at 08:29 PM about the Ford Taurus

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Bought a 2005 Taurus and I didn't get the owners manual so that I can reset the code

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You'll need to get the factory code from your local Ford dealer to override the existing code. They should be able to instruct you on the programming procedure. If not, try ebay or Faxon Auto Literature for an owner's manual. Take your drivers license and the vehicle registration with you to the Ford dealer. They'll need proof of ownership of the vehicle to give you the information you need. HTH. - Jim

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so I have a 2006 Taurus that I got used call ford they want to charge 70.00 to give me the code.is there a way that I cant give a new code.cletus

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