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Ford F-150 trucks 2004 - Current

The photo to the right shows one popular method of breaking into your 2004 and newer F150 (all trim packages and models including Raptor) or Lincoln Mark LT.

The thief prys into the door under the handle to get at the lock rods inside the door. Then, they force the rod to move and unlock the door!

It's fast, easy and quiet, making this a favorite among thieves. >

Another popular method is to "Punch" the lock straight into the door cavity. This is also very easy to do since the handle and lock holder are all made of plastic!

What's the solution?

Read on...

< The photo to the left shows a Jimmi' Jammer™ plate mounted to the back side of the drivers door handle.

The plate covers the back of the lock cylinder, (toward the left of the photo,) reinforcing the plastic holding the lock in place and blocking access to the lock rods inside the door. (Lock rods are not shown here for clarity.)

The left end of the plate uses a set screw to anchor the left end to the door jamb, increasing the strength of the assembly.

The lower left part of the plate is relieved on this model to allow for the mounting of the keyless lockpad cable channel to the door. (not shown.)

Mounting the plate inside the door also helps prevent the thief from pulling the entire handle away from the body far enough to stick a tool into the door cavity and get at the lock rods, another favorite way to break in to your truck.

What about rear doors and doors that don't have a lock cylinder on them?

On rear doors of a four door truck, the plates are still necessary. The lock rods inside the doors still are accessible by a thief who knows how to get at them. Also, the door latch assembly is just below the handle on these doors and can be easily reached with a screwdriver and/or short piece of wire. Installing the rear plates will help prevent access to the latch and rods inside the door.

If your front passenger side door doesn't have a lock either, you still need a plate on that door too! By pulling the handle away from the door slightly, the thief can get at the rod running across the door cavity, even though there is no lock cylinder.

 

Scroll down to see a list of models
available for the various F-150 and
Mark LT vehicle configurations.

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Has your lock been "punched" or "jimmied" more than once?
Check out our new PunchPlug™ lock elimination kit here.

 

Attention 2004 and newer F-150 and Mark LT owners!

Thieves are now breaking into the bed of your truck if you have a shell or tonneau cover, and sometimes are breaking your tailgate handle lock out just to steal your tailgate.

This tailgate theft deterrent bolts inside your tailgate to the back of the tailgate handle. The plate surrounds the plastic lock holder and a provided circular clamp helps reinforce the assembly to prevent the lock from being punched into the gate or spun around in the holder.

We also recommend using our other tailgate theft deterrent, the Gate Keeper™ on your tailgate. This additional layer of protection is inexpensive, easy to install and could save you big bucks and headaches! More Gate Keeper™ information.

 

 


The photo above shows the new Jimmi' Jammer™ plate for the 2004 and newer Ford F-150 (all packages) and Lincoln Mark LT tailgate handle. (Removed from tailgate for clarity.)

The plate wraps around the lock cylinder holder, then the circular clamp helps reinforce the plastic lock holder and provide additional support behind the plate. You can see here that the plate uses the factory handle mounting stud and nut, so no cutting or drilling is required. The Jimmi' Jammer™ for your tailgate handle will not interfere with backup cameras mounted on the handle.


If you have a 2004 or newer Ford F-150 (all models incl. Raptor) or Lincoln Mark LT, you will need:

 
Part Number - 113400 if you have keyless entry on your drivers door and no lock cylinder on the passenger door.

Choose one of these 3 kits for your front doors

Part Number - 113450 if you do not have a keyless entry pad on the drivers door and have a lock cylinder on each front door.
 
Part Number - 113451 if you do not have a keyless entry pad on the drivers door and do not have a lock cylinder on the passenger door.
   

Get this for your rear 2 doors

Part Number - 113470 will fit the rear two doors on 4-door trucks that use any of the kits listed above.

Get this for your tailgate handle

Part Number - 113475 will protect the tailgate handle on your truck if you have the locking handle on the gate. (2004 and newer only.)

Package Contents:


Kit PN 113400 ^
(Keypad on drivers door, no lock on passenger door)

Kit PN 113450 ^
(Lock on each front door)
   

Kit PN 113470 ^
(For rear two doors)

Kit PN 113451 ^
(No keypad, lock on drivers door only)


Kit PN 113475^
(For tailgate handle)

 

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Cross check: This kits fits these vehicles

PN 113400 PN 113450 PN 113451 - New Application

Ford F-150 pickup truck,
2004 and newer with keyless entry pad on drivers door and NO lock cylinder on passenger front door.

Lincoln Mark LT pickup truck, 2006 and newer.

This kit also fits Ford Raptor, 2010 and newer.

See photos below.

Ford F-150 pickup truck,
2004 and newer without keyless entry
and a lock cylinder on each front door.

See photo below.

Ford F-150 pickup truck,
2004 and newer without keyless entry
and a lock cylinder on the drivers door only.
(No lock cylinder on the passenger door.)

 

PN 113470

Ford F-150 pickup truck, rear two doors.
2004 and newer 4-door trucks, incl. Raptor.

Lincoln Mark LT pickup truck, 2006 and newer.

Use this kit for the rear two doors on a 4 door truck.

PN 113475 - New Application

Ford F-150 pickup truck, tailgate handle
2004 and newer trucks having the lock cylinder on the tailgate handle. (Including Raptor.)

Lincoln Mark LT pickup truck, 2006 and newer

Use this kit for the tailgate on your truck if you have a lock cylinder on the tailgate handle. This plate prevents thieves from "punching" the lock into the gate or prying in at the edge of the handle.

 

PN 113400 if your drivers door handle looks like this. (Trucks with keypad.)

PN 113450 OR 113451 if your drivers door handle looks like this. (Trucks without keyless entry.)
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