Q: How do I erase a personal code?

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How do I erase a personal code?

You can program a personal code for the Keyless Entry Keypad on your truck. This code can always be erased. To erase a personal code.

  1. Enter the factory code for the Keyless Entry Keypad.

  2. Press the 1-2 button on the Keyless Entry Keypad.

  3. Press the 1-2 button again, holding it down.

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