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Aftermarket installation of remote central locking on 2006 Nissan Navara ST-R

I have brought an aftermarket remote central locking kit for our '06 Nissan Navara ST-R. It already has keyed central locking, and I am told that it isn't hard to fit the remote components when this is already installed. Now I have taken off the door trim, I am unsure where to go next though. I have a master actuator in the kit that I assume has to go somewhere in the door but I cannot figure out where?? Can anyone help me on this one???
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Doesn't matter, I have given up, the existing central locking components are completely different to that of the new kit, I think I will just have to put my tail between my legs and go genuine, getting a Nissan dealership to fit it for me.

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