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...continued, sorry... it is a nice add-on for sure, and I also highly recommend the keyless entry number pad on the outside of the door, or hidden in some other location if you want it out of sight. The newer ones are adhesive-backed, can be placed inside the fuel door, between the edge of the cab and the bed, under a bumper, etc. It is essentially another remote with no drilling or wiring required, and is AWESOME when locking it running with family or dog inside, or just when you need to open the truck and the keys are in the house. The number for the door pad is 7L2-14A626, replacing 3L2-14A626. They are about $100 at most dealers, $70 or so on ebay, unless you find a bargain. I got mine for $35 and it is worth TEN TIMES that. I recommend putting a brand new battery in before mounting it, as it is hard to do once on the truck. The key fobs and door keypad must be programmed at the same time to work together.
2002 F-250 LARIAT CCSB 7.3 AUTO 4X4 261,XXX
2004 EXPLORER XLT 4.0 AUTO 2WD 130,XXX
1966 MUSTANG COUPE 289 4 brl V8
2004 EXPLORER SPORT TRAC 4.0 4X2 100,XXX
2004 F-250 RCLB 6.0 AUTO 4X2 38X,XXX
2005 F-250 RCLB 6.0 AUTO 4x2 36X,XXX
SOLD... 3 RANGERS, 3 F-150s, 3 F-250s, 96 COUGAR 4.6, 99 EXPEDITION 5.4, 65 66 AND 69 MUSTANGS
RE-ASSIGNED... MULTIPLE FORD POLICE INTERCEPTORS
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