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Car Remote Central Lock Locking Keyless Entry System with Remote Controllers
Remotely lock and unlock your car.
Remote car location.
Learning code remote controls.
Electric lock and air lock.
Suitable for all types of vehicles.
Voltage: +12V ± 2V(DC)
Static current: ≤8mA
Max current: 15A
Direction output: ≤15A
Central lock output: ≤15A
Truck output: ≤-500mA
Item size: 8.5 * 7 * 2cm
Net weight: 232g
1 * Keyless Entry System
2 * Remote Controllers
1 * Wire
1 * User Manual
Questions & Answers
A Yes, it fit in your car. and you need specialist or mechanic to install. thanks
Dear David. Your connections seem to be all right. It should work. I believe the remotes that come with the system are already properly coded. Use a multimeter and check the continuity of all your wires. Make sure you do not have any dead end. Mainly the one that goes through the fuse. Good luck.
By Alberto-Brazil on November 6, 2017
Google the wiring diagram for power lock system on it, it shows everything you need if you understand auto electronics.
By Eric Collins on March 2, 2018
Get lock/unlock wires from www the12volt.com. Japanese and European cars use "negative" trigger usually. You have to know the target - "negative", "positive" or in your case, both negative and positive. American cars like to use both. The one-page instruction shows your case.
By Sometime Mechanic on May 1, 2018
Probable could. Never tried it.
By Kenneth Minter on June 5, 2018
I put this system on my Camry. It unlocks all of the doors at once as well as locks them.
By COMSYSTECH on May 18, 2018
If your car has central locking (all locks activated by one button) and the central locking works then this will work.
By Cranky Franky on May 15, 2018
You say "larger siren". No siren is included with this remote trigger. In fact I don't believe the unit knows whether it is armed or not. It is simply a trigger mechanism. I might recommend an actual alarm for your use. Also remember most homes do not run on 12v DC power like a car.
By Jeremy w. on May 12, 2018
This is not an alarm. Only a remote entry unit.
By william brackett on May 12, 2018
Yes it should work. It worked perfectly on my 1993 Toyota Camry!
By Jdazzle on May 15, 2018
This basic question has been asked and answered here many, many times but the bottom line is this: This is NOT a plug and play system for ANY specific vehicle. It is completely agnostic and can be made to work in just about any vehicle ever made (as long as that vehicle has a 12V electrical system and power locks). I… see more This basic question has been asked and answered here many, many times but the bottom line is this: This is NOT a plug and play system for ANY specific vehicle. It is completely agnostic and can be made to work in just about any vehicle ever made (as long as that vehicle has a 12V electrical system and power locks). It is essentially just a multi-channel remote-controlled relay. People complain about the lack of a wiring diagram when they review this product. Honestly, I do not understand this gripe - the wiring diagram that comes with it is all the information you should need. It tells you what each wire does. You just have to familiarize yourself with the wiring in your vehicle so you know where to connect. I've mentioned before two pitfalls. First, go to the auto parts store and get a basic, inexpensive inline fuse holder instead of using the one that comes with this unit - because it's garbage. I'd bet money the included fuse holder is very likely the cause of a number of complaints about the thing dying after a couple weeks - because mine stopped working after just a few hours. Second, if your car has an OEM security system or engine immobilizer system, this unit MAY cause problems with that. The best way I know to find out is to lock the car from the outside (with the key) and then unlock the doors using the interior button. If the alarm sounds or if the engine won't start after doing this you're going to have some additional challenges getting this system to work on your vehicle. see less
By Lynn C on May 13, 2018
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