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Old 02-01-2011, 08:49 PM
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Keyless entry pad?

Anyone know how the keyless entry pad attaches to the door does it just bolt on? the reason i ask is i found a door to replace my wrecked up one however it does not have keyless entry just wondering if its just a matter of drilling a few new holes or is there more involved?
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Old 02-02-2011, 08:40 AM
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There is a rectangle that it goes in and a clip the holds in to the door.
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Ford does make a keyless entry pad that sticks to the door with doublesided tape.Works pretty good.
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Old 02-02-2011, 07:43 PM
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I know ford makes them for people that dont have them from the factory mine came with the truck and is fine just the door is caved in sounds like just cutting a slot and pop it in that sound right?
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Old 02-05-2011, 08:31 AM
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Factory is tape as well.
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Factory one is hardwired in.
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I am going to pop off my door panel tomorrow to get a good view of it i can't find any pics of doors that show the pad removed that will tell me i would do it today but it's raining!
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Remove the inside door panel then peel the black liner away from the door. With a flashlight you should be able to look into one of the holes to see the back of the pad. There will be a clip on it that has to be slid off. It's very easy. I believe I used a long flat head screw driver to get mine off. DO NOT try pulling on it from the outside; it wont come off that way.
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Remove the inside door panel then peel the black liner away from the door. With a flashlight you should be able to look into one of the holes to see the back of the pad. There will be a clip on it that has to be slid off. It's very easy. I believe I used a long flat head screw driver to get mine off. DO NOT try pulling on it from the outside; it wont come off that way.
Being you have seen the door with the pad removed is it just a rectangle hole for the pad to fit in that could be cut in a door that does not have the hole? I found a replacement door that does not have the pad so i am trying to find out if it's worth dealing with for the $ saved.
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I can't remember off hand, but believe it's not a perfect rectangle. I think on one of the sides it makes a notch. If you take your time with a dremmel I would say you can probably get it to fit. The clip is what holds it in so you don't have to have it exactly the factory size. Do you have the wireharness for it?
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