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Old 09-29-2012, 10:41 PM   #21
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Got it back from the dealership and it works great. They pretty much just followed the instructions from EcoBoostXLT, they did have to go through all 40+ blocks on the BCM so they hit me with a couple hours of labor charge, worth every penny.
Glad to hear. Couple of hours is a bit high. Took me less than 30min. But took me a few hours and a couple of vin's to figure it out.
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So after numerous google searches and post's read, and no help from Tech Hotline. You can install factory keyless entry and program it, you will
need an IDS, or firend at a dealer to program it. For those of you with remote keyless entry and no door pad your BCM as built for block 15 looks like this : BCM 726-15-01 0000 0101 45. For those with keypads the block is this BCM 726-15-01 0001 0101 46. That is all that needs to be changed. It is the same on super duty's as well. Should work on 11 and 12's. Enjoy!
What is a IDS?
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Old 09-30-2012, 04:11 AM   #23
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What is a IDS?

And can you simply do it yourself? Or do you need to have a program/dealer to program it? Thank you
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is ther a service tech in the St. Louis, MO area willing to get my keypad doorhandle working for me as when I called the dealership they gave me the response others have got that it cant be done I can only have the dumba#* stickon kind!
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I should have been a service manager at a dealership, cause the ones near me are total fricken Morons, there either dumb & lazy, or too stupid to run their own equipment! I mean can it really be that hard to get a keyless keypad working!!!
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It seems that the current crop of "techs" (sorry, in the America I grew up in they were known as mechanics) don't know anything about repairing vehicles except to follow the procedures they were taught. If the vehicle does A you check B to repair problem C. If the stated repair procedure does not work they have no clue what to do. My brothers 2011 F350 took them a week to fix the blower motor due to a bad wire pin. I guess they could not trace the power wire to see where it stopped. Not in the manual. I am sure there are still good techs out there, just none at my local dealers and maybe not at yours either.
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Service guys also seem to use the 'if there is no code thrown there is no problem' excuse.
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It seems that the current crop of "techs" (sorry, in the America I grew up in they were known as mechanics) don't know anything about repairing vehicles except to follow the procedures they were taught. If the vehicle does A you check B to repair problem C. If the stated repair procedure does not work they have no clue what to do. My brothers 2011 F350 took them a week to fix the blower motor due to a bad wire pin. I guess they could not trace the power wire to see where it stopped. Not in the manual. I am sure there are still good techs out there, just none at my local dealers and maybe not at yours either.

I mean really, its like no one at the dealers nowadays care, or are they good at the job they do! no offense to any mechanics on the site, but if I worked at a dealership and couldn't fix or repair anything anyway other then how stated by the co. I'm employed by, its likie how do 1/2 these guys stay employed!!! Guess they just need bodies to fill timecards.... Sorry but I had to vent...
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Really wish that it was available for 2009 models
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Well, once we finally punched in the right numbers, it worked flawlessly! Thanks EcoboostXLT!

For those who struggle with reading as I apparently do... There are two digits that needed to be changed. Not just the 5->6 at the end.
BCM 726-15-01 0000 0101 45 (no keypad)
BCM 726-15-01 0001 0101 46 (with keypad)

If you try to enter 0000 0101 46, you'll go crazy when IDS rejects your repeated attempts.
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