keypad on 2013 fusion se not iluminating

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Asked by Dec 12, 2015 at 04:29 PM about the 2013 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Keypad not illuminating, and not responding to entry code

6 Answers

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bad keypad

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It could also be a blown fuse.

7,165

those touchpads are prone to failure, done many of them.

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What is approx. cost of a replacement pad

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14a626 is the base part number for the keyboard actuator. I don't know what the part cost as all of the ones i've done have been warranty. you should be able to check at your local Ford dealer to get the actual parts cost. Now understand that just because I've replaced many of them and it's fixed those cars it isn't an absolute for yours. When i diagnose the vehicle that's in front of me I have a computer hooked up to it and am watching the values that the touchpad is sending to the car and its modules.

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Thanx for the info. It's helpful.

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