Bought a used Fusion hybrid. Door code unknown. Some web pages say it is printed on a module inside the driver’s door. Others say the module is in the cargo compartment. If someone can tell me which is correct, I can save the risk of pulling the wrong one first.

Update: I can now confirm ‘narkeleptk’ is correct. The label on mine has CDJ instead of CDM. Unfortunately, trying lots of different camera angles, a body part hides the code every time. Here’s the best one I was able to get. enter image description here

Another update: I took a picture from the side, and got an unreadable angle on the code. But I was able to distort the image with a graphic editor to make the code readable. YAY!

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The module that contains the door code data is the SJB on older modules and BCM on newer models. Usually located under drivers area. Some people will just call it a fuse box.

Edit, I just checked a few fusion sjbs/bcms I have laying around the shop and I do not see any with the door codes printed on the older ones.

I do believe I see it on the newer models however so you might just be in luck.



  • Oops, I thought I had put “2019” in there. Several web pages say it’s on a label on the RAP behind a panel in the cargo compartment. Others say it’s on a label on a module inside the driver’s door. And I can display it on the dashboard IF I have TWO remotes.
    – WGroleau
    Feb 26, 2021 at 1:01
  • Looks like it is labeled on the newer bcms- I'll edit in an image for you.
    – narkeleptk
    Feb 26, 2021 at 1:03
  • According to the owner’s manual, the fuses on this one are on a very different layout, and I find nothing like that behind that panel. I think I’ll go ahead and pay the dealers ridiculous price.
    – WGroleau
    Feb 26, 2021 at 2:14
  • that box is from a 2019. Not sure what the dealer charges but I usually do it for free when making keys for people. You may want to call a few local locksmiths to see what they might charge you to pull it. I reckon a decent price for MOBILE service to you and pulling the code would be max $60.
    – narkeleptk
    Feb 26, 2021 at 2:40
  • Dealer price is actually reasonable—$60. I got a little mixed up, thinking of the $400 they said for second remote key. BUT, if the code is readable on a label somewhere, telling me they have to make an appointment and that it takes an hour to read it out of the computer is a bit weird. (And if I buy the extra remote, it allows me to read the door key in less than a minute.)
    – WGroleau
    Feb 26, 2021 at 5:18

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