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1993 ford explorer

We have a key code for the door key pad, however when we go to put in the code the keypad should aluminate, right? But it don't. We still punch in the code that is taped to the gray box, but nothing happens. No aluminated light, no activation sound....nothing. Could it be a fuse??? And if so, which fuse is it. I looked in the manual and seen all the listed fuses but none said keyless entry or anything like that. Please advise me on what I can do to make the keyless entry pad on the door work.
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The keyless entry pad may be an add on from the dealer which was just stuck on therefore comtains a battery need to remove the door panel and check for wires from pad

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