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Old 08-20-2002, 18:07   #1 (permalink)
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Central locking

ok guys how easy is it to install etc... and how much and from where...
i figure i should do it since i have to lock my door with the key anyway it'll just be easier...

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Super Cheap have a system for 39.99 and is relitavely easy to install, i had to help install this system to my mates CARPadore but it does work well, but no remote is supplied or compatable:(
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yea if you look around you can get 4 door system for 30 but you can get some with stronger door motors, thats the ones i got. It not hard at all it just very fiddley, as in first you have to mount the motors, then make sure they can actually push up the locks using the little metal pole's. then when finished make sure they are all locking togeather if not reverse the wires. Not overly hard but helps to have someone else there, but well worth it. if you have an exisitng alarm you can hook up remote locking by feeding the central locking unit with a pulse from the alarm.
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Old 08-21-2002, 22:24   #4 (permalink)
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Oh bah!! why bother.. Just trade in that EA and buy an EB!



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