Question about 1994 Ford Probe
It is not that much wiring, but the control unit.
There is a central radio receiver, alarm system, and door integration unit.
I believe it is under the dash and not under the hood.
But it depends on what you want to have it do?
You don't have the key to send the radio signals anyway, so that won't help. If you want one lock to lock all the door, that would not be that hard.
You would use an ohmmeter to figure out what connections were made when you locked the driver's door, at the drivers door wiring. For example, it probably momentarily closed contract across 2 wires.
So then if you ran power to one, rant the other to the other door lock solenoid, and then to ground, the locking of one would lock the other.
Unlocking would be similar, assuming you can figure out which wires are effected.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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