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Old 12-26-2015, 04:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, I have a remote locking that i would like to install to my 2006 Swift, if anyone has a wiring diagram for the car or could help with a few pointers on how to do this would be gratefully appreciated
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Welcome to the forum.
I thought the Swifts came with remote locking as standard
Just checked a few diagrams and they all showed a receiver.
What engine does it have (just in case it makes a difference).
I'll post up what I have
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It has central locking, but not remote, Engine size is 1300.cc
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I don't have a diagram without the receiver. Hope it's the same otherwise.
Not sure which switch is what. Key switch and the internal lock/unlock switch I guess.
Looks like a negative pulse for either signal. Let us know how you get on.

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Righto... I am getting my head round this remte thing.

I need to know the Suzuki Swift colours for the following..

Power windows output

Parking lights

Brake stop light

ACC on

I have the following to connect to the central locking ( in order from the top on the new unit)

Blue,

Green.

Pink

Blue/white

Green white

Pink White
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Can't think why the remote system needs all this info, but here goes.....







Hope these are what your after
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