Question about 2007 Ford Fiesta 1.4
I've looked behind doour panel but can't find the right wires to join into.
If you have or can get a repair manual, it should have an electrical diagram of the wiring for the locking system on your vehicle. However, if its just a remote locking system for your car doors (I'm assuming that's what this is) then you need only wire it up fitting your current locking system. You will have Power (Red), Source (Yellow), ground (black) and if like a stereo system you'll need a "remote wire" which is a smaller Blue wire which would connect to the ignition IF you have auto locking doors after you put your vehicle into drive and they lock after so much time 10-15 sec or so. If not, there should be no remote wire needed.
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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