How to Program Your Ford SecuriCode Keypad
Offered on select Ford models, the SecuriCode keypad provides convenient keyless access to your vehicle’s cabin. In this guide, we will walk you through how to use your Ford vehicle’s SecuriCode keypad to lock and unlock your doors, how to program your own personal entry code and some other neat tricks and tips.
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Each SecuriCode-equipped Ford model comes with a factory-set 5-digit entry code, which can be found in the owner’s wallet card in the glove box. You can also create up to five 5-digit personal entry codes. Note that your factory-set code will continue to work even once you have set your own personal code.
Programming (or Reprogramming) a Personal Entry Code
Step 1: Enter your vehicle’s factory-set code.
Step 2: Press 1•2
Step 3: Enter your desired personal 5-digit code.
Step 4: Press 1•2 on the keypad to save personal code 1.
Note: To program additional personal entry codes, repeat Steps 1-3 then press one of the following buttons at Step 4.
- Press 3•4 for personal code 2
- Press 5•6 for personal code 3
- Press 7•8 for personal code 4
- Press 9•0 for personal code 5
Locking and Unlocking Doors Using SecuriCode
Unlock Driver’s Door – Enter your vehicle’s factory-set 5-digit code or your personal code.
Unlock All Doors – Enter your vehicle’s factory-set code or your personal code, then press 3•4
Lock All Doors – With the driver door closed, press and hold 7•8 and 9•0 at the same time.
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Other SecuriCode Commands
Did you know? Your SecuriCode keypad is more than just a system for locking and unlocking your doors. By memorizing a few simple controls, you can use your keyless entry keypad to:
- Recall your preferred seat and mirror settings
- Arm and disarm the anti-theft alarm
- Open the trunk
Press play on the how-to video below to start unlocking the full potential of your SecuriCode keyless entry keypad.