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Thread: A Guide on installing your own remote central locking in under 20 minutes

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    Just picked one up JBs this weekend $69.00 will have a go Will try to add photos thanks mudski

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    Interesting thread!!!! I await patiently for more info..... :-)

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    Re: A Guide on installing your own remote central locking in under 20 minutes

    What info do you need mate?



    I tapped that app...

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    Ok Its all done will add photos soon. Thanks mudski works fine. question did you remove the old plug?

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    Looking for a little assistance I thought I followed all the instructions but it not working so I am scratching my head....

    This is a warlock kg800

    Photos for alarm and my wiring as it is currently...ImageUploadedByTapatalk1370151658.238975.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1370151688.939214.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1370151724.674306.jpg

    Any assistance would be appreciated

    Rodney

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    Hmm, same but different to the KG400 model I have. Have you tried the other trigger wires for the lock/unlock? By memory there is positive and negative activation wires to chose from in the Warlock kit. You may have the wrong set of trigger wires???

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    I know this is an old thread but wanted to say thanks to mudski and just add something extra.
    I installed my alarm/central locking yesterday and on the same clip as described above I needed to wire in the 12v ignition accessory and dome lighting to stop the auto lock after 30 seconds if a door wasnt opened or car started.

    The small plain blue wire is the 12v accessory and the red with black stripe is the door light switch wire (which is negatively switched).

    I was unlucky enough to not have an actuator in the drivers door so had to wire one in and set it up as (+/-)

    Happy to answer any other questions people have with installation of an alarm

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    Thanks to everyone that's made a contribution here. First post, so be kind please. I've run into a bit of an issue with the keyless remotes too, and in searching the web found this thread. I bought a Warlock KG-400 ($78.00 at JB HiFi), and I'm now doing the wiring. The keyless remote module was pretty easy to find with your instructions. Under the dash above the glove box. Remove the glove box and it's pretty easy to see. (IMG_1250). I found the wiring block, and the wiring codes match what was explained on here. The trouble is we're multiple choice on the Warlock side (IMG_002a). From what I can work out, the wiring is:
    Patrol Indicator output : Green/ Red = Warlock brown
    Patrol Indicator output : Green / Yellow = Warlock brown (there are two browns)
    Patrol 12V feed : White / Red (Thicker wire than the others) = Warlock Red
    Patrol Door Lock output : Light Blue (Thicker wire than the others) = Warlock (Multiple choice)
    Patrol Door Unlock output : Light Blue / Red (Thicker wire than the others) = Warlock (Multiple choice)
    I'll earth the Warlock Black to be sure

    So the questions are:

    Do we take the Patrol indicator outputs to each of the Warlock browns?
    How do we wire the multiple choices?

    Thanks in advance
    Mark
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    Hi Mark
    Doesnt matter which brown goes to which as you will have all indicators going at the same time anyway so one brown to each indicator wire
    With your door unlocks you will need positive triggers so your wiring should be
    Orange&orange/black not connected
    Yellow&yellow/black connect to 12V+
    White Lock connect to Thick blue
    White/black unlock connect to thick blue/red

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    Thank you very much, I'll wire it now.
    Mark

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