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post #21 of 52 Old 12-17-2010, 05:45 PM
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The area behind the radio is very tight but there is a hole in the metal dash structure directly above the radio that I fit the LockPick module into. I took pictures of the installation. Once I get a chance to download them I will post the pictures.
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Here are a few photo's from my installation of the LockPick
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Great pictures... thank you.

I am not sure where the "Lock Pick" box went. Also where did the wire bundle goes after it was all connected?

Thanks for your help... this is HUGE!
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I put the LockPick directly above the radio. There is a hole in the metal dash structure right above the radio that the device fit into. There is little to no room behind the radio.
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ok thanks i had 2009 just got the 11
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I put the LockPick directly above the radio. There is a hole in the metal dash structure right above the radio that the device fit into. There is little to no room behind the radio.
GREAT thanks again for the help!
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I don't know if this applies to this unit but on other factory Nav units if you grounded the wire that is the parking break sensor (thereby fooling the Nav unit that the parking break is down) this typically unlocks everything.

Don't know if this applies with Ford sync enabled units...
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So, in short, either one does the exact same thing, but the PAC is just a little more expensive?
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So, in short, either one does the exact same thing, but the PAC is just a little more expensive?
I have heard bad press about Lockpick's customer service and so would prefer to buy a PAC NU-FRD 1. I want to use it to view multiple cameras. I know the Lockpick allows for this - does anyone know for certain if the NU-FRD allows multiple cameras. Also do I need to purchase additional harness for a second backup camera? (My truck has the factory camera in the tailgate and I desire to add one on the back of my RV)
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Doesn't apply here

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I don't know if this applies to this unit but on other factory Nav units if you grounded the wire that is the parking break sensor (thereby fooling the Nav unit that the parking break is down) this typically unlocks everything.

Don't know if this applies with Ford sync enabled units...
Ford has put a speed sensor into this system. I've been driving in town with the "destination" Nav screen displayed and watched option switch from shadow to available options when the speed drops below about 10 miles per hour.
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