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buggman 08-22-2010 11:42 PM

Keypad keyless entry parts & install??
 
This will probably require some of you more experienced, hard core modders to answer, but here goes...

I have basically stripped a 98-ish Explorer to the bone inside & out. During the process, I got 95% of the wiring & almost every wiring connector, relay box, fuse panel, and anything else that would come out, including the number pad on the driver's door.

I have a few feet of wire with the keypad & I have a module from the rear pass side, behind the trim panel that has something like "keyless entry module" printed on it. Sorry, I didn't write down the Ford part numbers.

I don't think I'll be using this for my truck, but I wanted to see if there were any other parts needed to get this working before I post it for sale here... assuming whomever wants it already has power locks.

Thanks for any helpful info here.

buckgnarly 08-23-2010 07:32 AM

Check John Griggs cardomain site. He and I were the first to do it, and I'm pretty sure he did a pretty comprehensive write up there.

sheltonfilms 11-03-2010 10:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by buggman (Post 1717402)
This will probably require some of you more experienced, hard core modders to answer, but here goes...

I have basically stripped a 98-ish Explorer to the bone inside & out. During the process, I got 95% of the wiring & almost every wiring connector, relay box, fuse panel, and anything else that would come out, including the number pad on the driver's door.

I have a few feet of wire with the keypad & I have a module from the rear pass side, behind the trim panel that has something like "keyless entry module" printed on it. Sorry, I didn't write down the Ford part numbers.

I don't think I'll be using this for my truck, but I wanted to see if there were any other parts needed to get this working before I post it for sale here... assuming whomever wants it already has power locks.

Thanks for any helpful info here.

From what I've seen the same module in Explorers is the same as the ones in Rangers, as long as it is the Remote Anti-Theft Module not the CSM module (changed in the early 2000's). Part numbers matched to the T. Just doesn't have the Keypad wired to the box. Ranger one's even have a 5 digit default code stamped for the keypad. Pretty much you can take a Ranger, install the explorer keypad, run 8 wires and it will work.


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