It depends on what system you wish to install. Keyless Entry, Remote Keyless Entry, and if you wish to have the Auto Lock & Auto Relock active(Keyless Entry uses a seat sensor/reverse signal input/door ajar input), (Remote Entry uses a brake pedal input/reverse signal input/door ajar input). If you only want Keyless Entry (No Auto Lock, Auto Relock,Trunk Release or Illuminated Entry) then you only need the keypad, Keyless Entry Module & the wiring(providing you already have power door locks). The early modules only had 2 connectors that you will need to connect to 12V & Ground and the 8 wires going out to the keypad. Pic's below of some of my installs. !st pic. 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V. 2nd pic, 2000 Lincoln LS & 3rd pic, 2001 Ford Taurus. Also, not all keypads are the same, earlier ones have a designated wire for each button, later ones use internal diodes so the wire harness uses 3 less wires.
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Thanks a bunch! Keypad, module, and wires. Got it. When I buy a G1 Taurus wagon I'll do the installation.
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