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97 mazda miata, autopage rf 315


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finster 
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Posted: December 14, 2008 at 5:33 PM / IP Logged  
Hi, I am half way through installing this alarm to my 97 mazda miata.
I had to purchase a seperate door acuator kit as no factory installed central locking system.
The central locking kit I purchased from Commando, says it's compatible with all alarms and comes with a control unit. The control unit connects to a wiring block with the following wires...
Brown - Remote control
White - Alarm
Black - Ground
Red    - +12V
Blue   -
Green -
I also received two actuators both of which have the following wires.
Brown
White
Black
Blue
Green
I have a feeling they should have sent me one master (5 wires) and one slave (2 wires, blue and green) - but I got 2 masters instead.
Regardless I have no idea how this connects to my alarm for remote control?
The alarm has a blue and green output to activate doors (both pulse either + or - 200ma to lock or unlock.
I also have a seperate relay switch with 4 wires, not sure if I need to use this given the door actuators came with a control unit (which I imagine has the relays built in).
Can anyone give any advice on how best to wire this up so when I activate the alarm the actuators for the doors draw in (to lock) and visa versa?
thanks a lot
Andy
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Posted: December 14, 2008 at 5:45 PM / IP Logged  

red----12 volts

black------ ground

the brown and white wires i'm assuming are ur trigger wires to be  connected to the green and blue from the alarm

and the green and blue actuator wire, you can just go straight to the blue and green on ur actuators, the other three wires can be eliminated unless of course central lock is desired

finster 
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Posted: December 14, 2008 at 5:56 PM / IP Logged  
Thanks for the info. Just to be clear then...
from my alarm I have the a green and blue pulse feed. Should these connect directly to the white and brown on the door actuator control unit? Note these are indicated as...
White - Alarm
Brown - Remote control on the box
The green and Blue actuator wires already connect to the door control unit green and blue - I am assuming this needs to go through the box for relay control?
t&t tech 
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Posted: December 14, 2008 at 7:01 PM / IP Logged  
that should be it, before u connect the white and brown to the alarm though connect ur fused power line and the ground, connect the actuators an touch the white and brown wires to a ground one at a time once the actuators move, then u can connect ur alarm trigger wires, just a thought.
finster 
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Posted: December 16, 2008 at 4:08 AM / IP Logged  
awesome! worked a treat.
Was confused by the iring diagram descriptio of the white and brown that came with the door actuators.
So white wet to blue and brown to green. I needed to adjust the throw distance of the actuators, discovered if the couldn't throw forward far enough they immediately return to retract position.
thanks for the help.

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