Keyless entry

Asked by Apr 03, 2017 at 01:45 PM about the 1999 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I had my keys in the ignition an press
1 On the keyless entry it lock my
doors an now can't get my keyless
entry to do anything what should I
do please anyone

3 Answers

835

Check with the manual. Also could check the other fob. Try manual opening the doors and after try the fob.

900

Pressing just the #1 should not lock the doors but I believe you saying it did. Pressing #4 and #5 locks the doors. Anyway, enter your temporary five digit passcode to unlock. Or show a Ford dealer proof of ownership and the VIN number and he can give you the permanant five digit code to unlock the car. I hope this helps.

900

I tried to duplicate this problem with my 2004 Taurus. After entering my five digit passcode, I pressed button #1 to unlock driver's door, button #2 unlocks other three doors, button #3 pops the truck open. Not sure what you did. So, enter code, press #1, press #2 and see if another door unlocks. Might just have a bad selenoid on the driver door...won't click open. I hope this helps.

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