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How do you erase a personal access code for the keyless entry keypad?
While you can program up to three personal access codes for your car, there may come a time that you need to delete those codes. This could be for any number of reasons, from selling the car to removing the code for someone who no longer has access to the car. Here’s what you need to do to delete them:
All the personal codes programmed to your car are erased with this step. You cannot delete one code at a time.
The factory code cannot be deleted, and will remain active even if you delete your personal codes.
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