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This photo shows the backside of an F150 handle having the keyless entry pad. The red arrow points at the lock pawl.
Thieves can punch the keypad into the door, giving them access to the lock rods.
Another method is to pry in under the handle, (as seen in the first photo on this page,) to get at the rods, or to punch the lock itselft into the door. All of these methods are common.
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This photo shows a Jimmi' Jammer® plate installed on an 04 - 14 F150 door handle.
The handle is removed from the door for the picture so you can see how the plate covers the back of the lock holder. The cut-out area on the lower left of the plate allows the keyless entry pad wire guide the space it needs to mount in the door.
The Jimmi' Jammer® plate prevents the lock from being smashed into the door, and shields the lock rods from attack from either below the handle or from the keyless entry pad.