when installing a new keyless pad what all has to be reset

Asked by Apr 29, 2016 at 10:27 AM about the 2009 Lincoln MKX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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12,445

The touch pad should come with a code label remove and replace it. Plug and play. If you have any concerns email. Regards whats the issue give all details?

47,775

Should be plug and play. The codes are stored in a module and the touch pad is just a bunch of touch switches. Should be no need to redo any codes.

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6,515

Like Bob said, plug and play.

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47,775

Thanks for the backup "Guy", some people that post on this forum just don't seem to care if they give a proper answer or not. I know that you know how this is installed due to your experience as a Ford Master Tech. I was pretty sure, but "googled" it to be certain.

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