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jgarcia1925 
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Posted: November 10, 2014 at 2:10 PM / IP Logged  
Good afternoon everyone, i have a quick question, and kind of silly.
im working on a 07 toyota yaris, with no power locks, i will be adding an alarm and remote start system to it. my question is because i havent done this in a while, when i wire up my two relays for the actuators, will i need just 2 relays for all four doors? Is all i have to do is wire up all the door lock actuators to the same two relays?
also i know this car has the cable locking mechanism, has anyone used the adapters for the cable locks before? and do they work ok? anything to lookout for?
also sorry for posting about this if it has been mentioned before, i dont really have time to be digging all this info out, any tips would be great!
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bat9905 
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Joined: January 13, 2008
Location: Washington, United States
Posted: November 10, 2014 at 11:54 PM / IP Logged  
Yes use 2 relays and wire up with diagrams adding actuators/reverse polarity. . The cable locks can be tricky but with the adapters they work fine . The hardest part is cutting through casing on on cable . Also try not to put to much stress on cable when doing it because the door handle can be broken easily where cable connects to to it
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jgarcia1925 
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Joined: November 10, 2014
Location: Illinois, United States
Posted: November 11, 2014 at 1:20 PM / IP Logged  
bat9905 wrote:
Yes use 2 relays and wire up with diagrams adding actuators/reverse polarity. . The cable locks can be tricky but with the adapters they work fine . The hardest part is cutting through casing on on cable . Also try not to put to much stress on cable when doing it because the door handle can be broken easily where cable connects to to it
I appreciate the response, i ordered the adapters, hopefully this goes smooth. im hoping that for whatever reason i dont need a bypass also, since the copies of the keys are metal, so i dont think it has an immobilizer.

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