Author Topic: Dummy Guide to fitting remote central locking  (Read 50298 times)

Offline thai-wronghorse

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Re: Dummy Guide to fitting remote central locking
« Reply #70 on: 04 November 2013, 23:47 »
I've just purchased a cheapo kit from eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/360766280159?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649  for the wagon as i didn't want to spend much on this car and didn't require switchblade keys but I'm kinda regretting it now as the installation instructions are sh!te and none of the cables are labelled up like they were on the RClick kit I bought for the other car.

All i want to know is which wires on the central locking module i splice with on the pump loom? I'm sure someone posted on here a list / photo of what each colour wire was but I seem to be struggling to find it at the moment and wanted to get this thrown in tomorrow whilst I'm off work.

Here's what came with the kit, note the ''assorted wires'' & ''cut off to pneumatic lock'' ???



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Re: Dummy Guide to fitting remote central locking
« Reply #71 on: 05 November 2013, 21:52 »
lock section of the remote:
yellow and yellow-black go on 12V (red-white),
white goes to lock wire (green or grey, can't remember which way around)
white-black goes to unlock wire (green or grey, same as for lock wire)

general stuff:
red goes to red-white wire that is on p/s pump loom (perm 12V)
black, gnd obvious...
brown - one each to black-green and black-white respectively (indicators)

no need to cut through any wires btw, golf despite being pneumatic system uses simple positive trigger
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Re: Dummy Guide to fitting remote central locking
« Reply #72 on: 05 November 2013, 22:50 »
Perfect, really appreciate that.  I cant believe how much im missing having remote central locking on this car, especially when its pissing hard with rain and carrying the nipper. Il be cracking on with this tommorow.  Cheers

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Re: Dummy Guide to fitting remote central locking
« Reply #73 on: 07 November 2013, 15:20 »
Sorted, worked first time.  :cool:

A tenner bloody well spent.
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Re: Dummy Guide to fitting remote central locking
« Reply #74 on: 07 November 2013, 21:16 »
cool!

mine was 22£ but made in uk (hawk) :D
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Re: Dummy Guide to fitting remote central locking
« Reply #75 on: 02 April 2017, 11:49 »
Nay Bother
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