Yes. That's the idea. I figure if someone try a different code maybe 10 or more times a night, then eventually, they will arrive at the correct one. And since there's no way to erase the factory one, then I see that as a security risk.so you are worried about somebody guessing your door code while it sits there?
Don't be a d bag to your neighbors "not saying that you are" and they won't go and mess with the car, but even if they get into the car they can't start it with out the fob. Always remember nation wide is on your side.Come on now people. 5 digit code with 5 possible key values = 5 ^ 5 = 3125 possible combinations. Even with the anti-scan feature, a thief can try 70 codes in 10 minutes. Or if he/she spend 20 minutes each night, then he/she will get the correct code in maximum 22 days. Half that if you also program in a personal code. I'm worry about disgruntled neighbors. This is the most useless and carelessly designed feature in a Ford IMO. I mean at least allow the owner to disable it. Imagine what a disgruntled neighbor will do to your interior once he/she gets the code. omg .:furious: