Ford Ranger Security Access Incode

Aly Diagnostician Congo City, Congo Posted   Latest  
Question
Programming
Security
2011 Ford Ranger XL 2.3L (D) 5-spd (5R44E)
Add Second Key

HI;

i have ford ranger 2011 need to program second key,but i am not able to calculate the incode for security access.

can you help me to get the incode when i provide you the outcode.

PLZ HELP 

THANKS 

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Brian Owner/Technician
Amanda, Ohio
Brian Default
 

What tool are you using for this, and is the unlimited keys enabled? I havent seen that message yet, but don't do keys alot. I might not be much help to you. So it has a good key, and your just wanting to add a key right. No PCM replacement or anything?

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Aly Diagnostician
Congo City, Congo
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Hi, yes i have working key ,just i need to add new key.

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Victor Technician
Whittier, California
Victor Default
   

I can help you. Send the outcode I will calculate the incode for you. By the way. Are you able to ID where the immo is? (Cluster or pcm) we are in the USA Market and you are maybe in a different market. So, different Ford I guess.

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Brian Owner/Technician
Amanda, Ohio
Brian Default
 

Can you school us on what the incode and outcode is please. Done my share of pats, bit never seen this before. Thanks

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Victor Technician
Whittier, California
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If you are using IDS you might have missed it a couple of time but it is also there, it does it sometimes automatically so you don't have to do a thing. Aftermarket scanners and handheld use it to programs keys, remotes and some modules. The technology is called, rolling-pin code tech, then later on every car maker did some small changes to customize it to their own systems. It is a safety…

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Brian Owner/Technician
Amanda, Ohio
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Pretty much, thanks so iv got lucky via not having to mess with it then lol. I do use IDS and iv never seen it yet, but need to prepare for it i guess.

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Brian Owner/Technician
Amanda, Ohio
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Can it be done all on IDS, or is there a special software along with IDS? And is this where a VSP licences is needed? Thanks for the help here!

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Victor Technician
Whittier, California
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As far as I Know... IDS has already implemented locksmith License credential embedded now in IDS for most late models. So, auto tech (or Shops) have to have a State locksmith licence for cars. Which models? I guess 2017 and up. Not sure. Or maybe 2019.....it is in the "IDS 109​,XX"

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Erik Owner/Technician
Vista, California
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I've seen locksmith credentials required as early as 2013. I looked into getting a locksmith ID but I seems like it's a bunch of hoops to jump thru. I don't do a ton of key programming so it doesn't make sense for me right now.

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Victor Technician
Whittier, California
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I agree.... I do too using expensive equipment... can you believe this...NASTF is asking one million dollars insurance under their names... On top of that more than 350 per year. It appears to me if you are a locksmith you have to have a yearlly expenses ( fees & subscriptions) more than $ 3,000 per year just for one make (IDS subscriptions, plus NASTF, plus state locksmith plus aftermarket…

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Aly Diagnostician
Congo City, Congo
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Hi, the car is ranger 2011 (southafrica). yes i can send u outcode ,but outcode change everytime ,i should contact u when i am on the car​.​plz give me your whatsapp number if possible. thanks.

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Anthony Technical Support Specialist
Kirkwood, Pennsylvania
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Hi Aly: The reason for the Outcode on this vehicle is because it is probably a Mazda and not a Ford. You are correct about the Incode changing every time you leave the page. Some vehicles require the Incode for both the PCM and IPC (or even BCM), depending on what has/will be done. Ford implemented it with the 2012 Fusion and then started implementing it in other vehicles in 2014. Long story…

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Chris Technical Support Specialist
Commack, New York
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Fords non US market may need in/outcodes. There are many code generators available online

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Erik Owner/Technician
Vista, California
Erik Default
 

If you have an existing key you should be able to program it without a scan tool. Put the original key in the ignition. Turn it to on position. Turn it off and remove key after 1 second. Then within 20 seconds insert the new unprogrammed key and turn it on for 1 second then turn it off. That should be all you need to do. If these directions dont make sense google "2011 ford ranger key…

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Erik Owner/Technician
Vista, California
Erik Default
 

Here's a screenshot from google.

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Aly Diagnostician
Congo City, Congo
Aly Default
 

Hi, yes this procedure works if i have 2 programmed key,but on my case i have only 1 working key.

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Robert Owner/Technician
Lakewood, Colorado
Robert Default
 

There’s a free app you can download called ”Incode by outcode”. It has worked many times on Mazda with similar security systems for me.

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Aly Diagnostician
Congo City, Congo
Aly Default
 

Hi, this free application is for models before 2010

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Aly Diagnostician
Congo City, Congo
Aly Update
 

Hi, I find an application on website (autokeyprog).i calculate incode then i try to program key ,but it tell me that incode is not correct .this application supported model till 2010 and my ranger is 2011. Plz help me to get the correct incode!!!!! thanks

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Chris Technical Support Specialist
Commack, New York
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US market Fords do not use this process for pats. I'm not sure of anyway for a US market dealer even to get the Pats codes for an out of market vehicle.

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Dwight Owner/Technician
Oceanside, California
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Hello, while I do not have what you need, you may try these forums. Try forscan​.​org first. They only do Fords. A lot of international members on this forum. Second, try mhhauto​.​com This is the wild west of hack forums, but you may find your answer there. Last but not least, iatn​.​net Like here, helpful folks there. Good luck. I am a paid member of these…

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Rudy Technician
Montebello, California
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Dwight- Geez that mhhauto site is insane!!

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Daniel Technical Support Specialist
Birmingham, Alabama
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Haha, I was about to say the same thing! I have never heard of it. "Wild West" is a perfect description for what I just saw on there.

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Dwight Owner/Technician
Oceanside, California
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Yea, it is a wild place. I consider them the "dark web" of the WWW. I paid my $25.00 dues because I was in a bind and needed the dark sides help. I lost a doggle key to my shop software, actually., a child pulled it out of my laptop in my office when I was not around (seen on security camera). Child was a 3 yro sitting on my counter and figured it was a toy. Next reboot, no software access…

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Aly Diagnostician
Congo City, Congo
Aly Resolution
 

Hi, solved,customer contact ford company on southafrica where he buy the key,then they supply us the indcode. thank you.

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Dwight Owner/Technician
Oceanside, California
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Thank you for the update. Take care, Dwight.

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Oscar Instructor
Guadalajara, Mexico
Oscar Default
   

This in you number 890f

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