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Old 09-16-2004, 07:26 PM   #1
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Default Installing Keyless Entry..easy place Locating Lock Wires?

I just got a keyless entry for my 1995 Bonneville SE. I beleive the wires I need for the lock/unlock wires are Light Blue and White. Does anyone know exactly where the wires are? I think they are in the drivers side kick panel but there are so many wires of the same color, so I dont know which is correct. Does anyone have actual pics or something to help me out?

Edit: I know where the wires are. When they come out of the door the go up. Where is a easy place to get to the wires? On either side of the car its too tight to get in there. And once the wires go up I cant follow them.
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You may have to simply follow the wires in side the driver'* door, to wherever you want to splice into them.
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You cant really follow the wires. I wish it were that easy.
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I've been in there. It'* not really difficult. Pull the kick panel and door panel. Find your wires at the power lock switch (they're the ones that get power when you hit the button for that direction), Follow them under the dash.

Finding them under the dash without you knowing where a specific connector sits would be almost impossible.
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I typically find and connect lock/unlock wires in the drivers door jamb boot or on the passengers side at the factory relays. Plenty of room for verifying the right wires and connecting.
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http://bulldogsecurity.com/New%20Wir...ville94-95.htm

Use the above link. I've installed a couple of remote starters with door locks using their wiring diagrams. They're pretty good. I think they have a 1-800 number if you get stuck.
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edited my msg.. help me find an easy place to find the wires.
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Take off the kick panel.
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its not that easy. i have taken the kickpanel off of both sides. you CANNOT get the wires easy from there.
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The wires are saying hello to you right here. It'* not that difficult. The previous owner had a remote starter installed obviously with keyless entry. The lock wire is blue but the installer decided to connect to the lt green for unlock which also disarms the factory alarm.
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