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Old 12-05-2007
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I just purchased a ford keypad for my ranger too. It came black textured but i painted it to match as the sports door handles, mirrors, etc are color keyed so i thought it would look better. Just painted it at work today as well as the 08sport grille i bought. Haven't installed them yet but here is a quick pic i took today. I noticed from the pictures the numbers look slightly different than some. I bought it new on ebay for $30 plus $10 to ship, i thought that was a great deal.



Do they handle international shipping?
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just curious but when the battery inside dies can you change it? WITHOUT TAKING IT OFF YOUR DOOR.
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no international shipping by the looks of it but you can always contact the seller to see if they will make an exception. here is the link to the one i bought.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...182781954&rd=1

you would probably have to remove it from the truck to chance the battery but it is only held on with two sided tape like an emblem is. The nice thing i read in the manual is that it is good for 100,000+ cycles but if the battery is getting low it will warn you by not lighting up when you use the keypad as well as when you enter your code it will unlock, lock, unlock if the battery is low. Thats kind of nice so you will have a warning if its low
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huh. I think I would just rather hardwire some in then rely on batteries. In my experience battery powered anything always dies at the worst possible time like when you leave your keys in the truck at a rest stop in the middle of a road trip for example. Just my opinion. They do look nice though.
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people have drilled holes in thier doors and hard wired keypads out of explorers. the appeal to these is there in no drilling or wiring. Like i said the battery is good for 100,000+ cycles and does prewarn you before it dies.
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Just stuck it on, programmed it with my key fobs and entered a personal code.



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Looks really damn good!!
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They do look nice I might consider going that route after all.
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One more better picture in the light

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