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Old 11-28-2017, 07:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm trying to install a keyless entry system. The only help I can find says that access to the wires is in the driver's kick panel. There are 100 wires down there, and no way to tell which wires go to what.

For example: The door lock/unlock wires are light green/white, and white. There are several lt green wires in the wire harness in the kick panel, but none of them have a white strip, and a few solid white wires.

Any idea how I can decipher this kick panel wire harness and connect to the correct wires?
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Open the door (remove the inner door panel), visually locate the wiring associated with the power locks and then follow the wiring back into the kick panel.
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Open the door (remove the inner door panel), visually locate the wiring associated with the power locks and then follow the wiring back into the kick panel.
That is not even possible. The wires go through the door where you can not see them, and get wrapped up in huge mess of wires once they enter the area above the kick panel harness.
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assuming this diagram is correct, I'd look for the anti theft control unit.

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Apparently looks like this..

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assuming this diagram is correct, I'd look for the anti theft control unit.

My car doesn't have an anti-theft unit :/
It's a 2004 Forenza S, BTW. I just realized I didn't mention that.
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I'd be looking for this then

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Yeah, my car doesn't have one of those either. Already tried looking for that. I thought part is a factory installed keyless entry.
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Yeah, my car doesn't have one of those either. Already tried looking for that. I thought part is a factory installed keyless entry.
Sorry if I'm wrong, but if you don't have central locking how do you hope to make it remote operated.
Unless you have a kit complete with door lock actuators that wouldn't use the existing wiring anyway.
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Any idea where that part would be located? It's not under the dash or center console between the seats. I don't know why it would be in the trunk, or anywhere else. They must do a really good job of hiding it, if you need it to operate power locks without keyless entry.
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