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No idea what your question is, but if you are asking what the pad on the door is, it is a code pad to unlock the doors, open the trunk etc. I don't know if they still do it, but Lincoln use to put the base code on the trunk. Look around for a tag stuck to the trunk arm, or trunk lid. When you enter the code it unlocks the doors and if you push other #'s after the code it will open the trunk, turn on lights etc.