The Ford Dealership wanted to charge us 50 bucks to program the keypad to my 2007 Edge, and because I'm
cheap frugal I haven't had it done (in over 2 years). Luckily I haven't misplaced the one key I have to the car and haven't needed to use the keypad feature.
My mom sent me a youtube video of a guy who found the code on his Explorer through the left side rear compartment. It didn't work on the Edge but after some research I found several reports from other Edge owners who found the factory code on a white sticker on the fuse box. I looked there and here's what I found:
(I accidentally pushed a wrong number at the end and had to do it twice. Hence the delay.)
If you can't load the video here's how to get the code:
Under the steering column to the left (near the brake) there is a panel. Take the panel off and with a flashlight you will see a white sticker on the fuse box. The white sticker will have a 5 digit code. That is your factory keyless entry code.
Can you believe they were actually going to charge me $50 to do that? Unbelievable.And to reprogram the code all you have to do it punch in the factory code, hold down the 1-2 button, then choose a new 5 digit code (this worked for me, let me know if it works for you as well).