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rahsengan 
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Posted: July 09, 2011 at 5:29 PM / IP Logged  
I have a 91 Toyota Corolla and I'm trying to install the system. I am able to connect the rods and actuators alright, but when I plug the wires in and press the lock/unlock buttons on the remotes, nothing happens. I have already read some threads showing the same lock system, but I still cant figure out what's wrong.type r central door lock system -- posted image.
There is the diagram, but there is also a black wire on the back, do I need to connect it to anything?
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You know which wire I'm talking about right? because if it's what you say, I need to ground two wires? I know the diagram shows the black wire and that it needs to be grounded, but what isn't shown on the diagram is ANOTHER black wire coming out of the opposite side of the box, and I want to make sure I know what to do with it because it is not shown on the diagram
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Posted: July 10, 2011 at 4:52 PM / IP Logged  
Ouch! Sorry, since it's a keyless I assume that's the aerial.
N.B. Only connect the 5 wires to driver's door motor, connecting to the passenger side will cause positional and switching problems, it will try to unlock itself as you lock and vice versa.
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Posted: July 10, 2011 at 5:03 PM / IP Logged  
It's alright, just wanted to clarify, and so you're saying that extra black wire I just leave hanging? And thanks for the help, much appreciated.
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Posted: July 12, 2011 at 12:27 AM / IP Logged  

One of those black wires should be heavier than the other.... and stiffer. (maybe) Thats the one you DON'T ground!

rahsengan 
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Posted: July 15, 2011 at 3:43 PM / IP Logged  
ahh yeah thanks for the help, I'm new to this kind of thing, but I got it all working. One thing though, maybe a stupid question, but will connecting the aerial wire to the radio antenna increase the range of the remote?
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No you will ruin reception on both. They operate on completely different frequencies. A military radar antenna might help, that's a similar frequency, about 400mhz.
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Posted: July 17, 2011 at 3:20 PM / IP Logged  
Ahah alright, thanks. It's just that the range is really short but I guess I get what I payed for.
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I was finally able to install the locks, but I'm not very good with it, and recently my car battery died. I've connected the box to the battery itself and did not connect the brown and white wires to anything. could it be the reason the battery died or just coincidence?
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