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98 Durango Pwr Locks how tricky are they?


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rod2envy 
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Hi,

Hello guys, I just acquired a 1998 Dodge Durango SLT 5.2L and Im about to install a 2 way LCD Alarm/ Remote/ Keyless entry system.... according to the info I've gather so far it says the power locks are reverse polarity and so far I have only mess with negative power locks in other applications wich as you all know you just connect the wire to the system and go..... now this one is kind of diferent and Im going to need as much help as possible, has anyone done this before.... keylesssin durango.... please help!

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Power Lock ORANGE / purple    +   blue plug in driver kick
Power Unlock pink/purple    +   blue plug in driver kick
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Thanks for the reply, yes I 've seen the color codes for the lock/ unlock wires, now my question is do I need any special relays, resistors or any fancy weird thingy to make it work..... Thanks

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no its just + pulse  no resistor needed
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positive pulse hmmm, so what do I need exactly to get it to work, just plug in the wires and go? Thanks for your time....98 Durango Pwr Locks how tricky are they? - Last Post -- posted image.
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Wire in two relays to convert the (-) signal from the unit to a (+) using this diagram.
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Posted: March 27, 2004 at 5:50 PM / IP Logged  

well,

last week I got to it and my system came with relays built in to them for this purpose so I wire them and gave them 12 volts and it worked,,, with no problems what so ever. I did noticed that it was drawing a lot of amps and that the voltage needed to be strong but other than that it hasnt giving me any troubles.. knock on wood like they said...... thanks to all of you that helped me get thru,,, let me know if can be of any assistance..

Damian

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