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I leave my truck key in my middle glove box between the seats, I have done this since the day I bought this new 2019 F150 , I lock it every time I go out of it and I use the door key pad to let myself in.. well yesterday I went to the doctor’s office and I punched the code in and my code did not work nothing . I tried a few more times and still nothing, I was beginning to think I was having a senior moment and forgot the numbers. well to make a long story short after me messing with the keypad it finally worked and let me into the truck, a few hours later I went out to the truck and the key pad did not work again, to let me inside the door, what do you think is my problem. I am going to call the dealership this am
 

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I suppose this is the conventional advice: Never leave your key fob in the truck. If someone were to gain entry, then they "own" the truck (not legally of course, but every other way). Since you don't need to pull it out of your pocket to start the engine, just leave it in your pocket.
Good advice but not what i wish to do!
 

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i found out!
To conserve battery life for your truck equipped with FordPass(TM) Connect, remote features including start/stop and lock/unlock* are temporarily unavailable. Don't worry though, nothing is wrong. This happens automatically when you haven't started your vehicle for a period of time.

Simply start your vehicle and remote features including start/stop and lock/unlock will be back at your fingertips.

*Automatic transmissions and power door locks only.
 
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