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Old 06-11-2011, 03:14 PM
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Anyone make aftermarket door lock keypad?

My truck didn't come with one to start, plus now I put the autopage alarm in. Just curious if anyone out there makes a keypad for the out side of the door that will work with an aftermarket alarm.
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bump !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Well, Ford made a dealer installed version of the keypad. I don't know if it will work with your alarm though.
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I would love to know this as well as I want this too and am in your boat as well.
Would you have to cut a hole in your door as well?
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Here is one on e-bay.

Has Ford part# for it also. They just stick on. They are like "key fobs" for the door.

DOOR LOCK KEYLESS ENTRY KEYPAD 06-2011 F250/F350 FORD | eBay

If your alarm says that it is compatible with your key fob, then yes. It will all depend on your alarm. Might ask the alarm company. They should have a direction for you to go.
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Old 08-08-2011, 10:43 AM
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If it just sticks on is it battery operated? Does this mean I can put one on the passenger side? It kind of irks me that Ford unlike Chevy doesnt have a pass side door lock.
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I use to have the Ford stick on one added to my 04 harley truck. It wasn't flush like the ones that come stock on the lariats. So I removed it from under the door handle and mounted it in between the cab and bed.



My single cab did not come with the flush mounted keypad. However it was cut into the door which isn't that hard to do at all. Also if you get a flush mounted keypad I recommend one off of a 2011. The new ones light up a nice whitish/blue color. The older ones light up green.
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Old 08-10-2011, 12:34 AM
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How are they powered? Do most aftermarket alarms work with them? Are they easy to set up?
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How are they powered? Do most aftermarket alarms work with them? Are they easy to set up?
A tech at ford explained it to me this way. It is identical to your key fob. It is powered by batteries. That is why you will be able to mount it wherever you want on your truck. And they are real easy to set up.
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Old 08-11-2011, 07:54 PM
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Joe I would rather have the one flush monted in the door. I also have the card that came with the truck telling me what the key code is. Is it possible to add to a 2002. Do you know if the the wire harness part of it is already there.
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