Securicode keyless entry system

Securicode keyless entry system  - Locks and Security - Lincoln MKS Owners Manual - Lincoln MKS

The keypad, located near the drivers window, is invisible until touched and then it lights up so you can see and touch the appropriate buttons.

Note: If you enter your entry code too fast on the keypad, the unlock function may not work. Re-enter your entry code more slowly.

You can use the keyless entry keypad to:

 lock or unlock the doors without

lock or unlock the doors without using a key.
open the trunk.
recall memory seat/power mirrors and steering column positions (if equipped).
enable or disable the autolock and autounlock features
Activate intelligent access (if equipped) at the driver door, refer to Intelligent access in this chapter.

The keypad can be operated with the factory set 5digit entry code; this code is located on the owners wallet card in the glove box and is available from your authorized dealer. You can also create up to three of your own 5digit personal entry codes.

Note: If your vehicle is equipped with the intelligent access feature, your keypad will still function normally if you enter your personal entry code or factory set code. However, if your transmitter is within range of the drivers door, an intelligent access unlock will also occur each time you press any number on the keypad. Note that this additional unlock will not impact keypad functionality, and you can still enter your code and perform all keypad functions (unlock, lock, trunk release).

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