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Can you supply me with the colour code for the wiring on the alarm/central locking unit under the dash on a 2002 vw golf ? i am fitting a remote start alarm and when i remotely lock the doors i need the vw alarm not to work, at the moment when it remotely locks the doors(new remote) it sets the vw alarm ? I have tryed removing the pluge on the unit, but they stop the interior lights and electric windows working ? Kind regards Ted (auto electrician)

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Try using this web site. www.icdynamics.com

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This is what I have for the Golf 2001:

' ITEM ' WIRE COLOR 'POL' WIRE LOCATION '
' 12V 'red '+ 'ignition harness '
' STARTER 'red/gray '+ 'ignition harness '
' IGNITION 'black '+ 'ignition harness '
' ACCESSORY 'black/red '+ 'ignition harness '
' POWER LOCK 'yellow/blue '- 'drivers door module *1 '
' POWER UNLOCK 'green/red *2 '- 'drivers door module *1 '
' LOCK MOTOR 'purple/yellow ' 'drivers door module *1 '
' UNLOCK MOTOR 'blue/yellow ' 'drivers door module *1 '
' DISARM DEFEAT 'pur/yel or blu/yel ' 'passengers door module *3 '
' PARKING LIGHTS + 'gry/red & gry/blk ' 'drivers kick panel '
' HEADLIGHTS 'yellow/red '+ 'headlight switch '
' DOOR TRIGGER 'blue/gray *4 '- 'comfort module *5 '
' DOME SUPERVISION 'blue/gray '- 'comfort module *5 '
' TRUNK/HATCH PIN 'brn/blk or brn/blu '- 'hatch light '
' HOOD PIN 'brown/red '- 'comfort module *5 '
'TRNK/HTCH RELEASE 'brown/black '- 'comfort module *5 '
' FCTRY ALARM ARM 'arms w/ lock ' ' '
' FCTRY ALRM DISARM 'disarms w/ unlock ' ' '
' TACHOMETER 'green/stripe ' 'ignition coil '
' SPEED SENSE ' ' ' '
' BRAKE WIRE 'red/black '+ 'drivers kick panel '
' HORN TRIGGER 'black/yellow '+ 'comfort module *5 '
' WIPERS 'grn/yel and green '+ 'wiper motor

*1 The drivers door module is located in the drivers door.
*2 A double pulse will unlock all doors and disarm the factory alarm.
*3 The passengers door module is located in the passengers door.
*4 This wire will read the dome light delay. The avoid the dome light delay, use the separate door trigger wires and diode isolate each one. They are brown/white and are all located in their own door at their own door module.
*5 The comfort module is the main control module located under the drivers side of the dash.

Use this diagram for the door trigger isolation: motorsport.com/images/install_notes/149.jpg

Use DIAGRAM A.


Hope this helps.

Posted on May 22, 2011

  • Greg Hogan
    Greg Hogan Jan 22, 2015

    Hi, I have a VW Gold 2001 and I trying to connect an aftermarket Remote Control to the correct wires that lead into the Passenger door (all doors lock and unlock when I turn the key in the passenger door).The cables that go from the connector point into the passenger door are: Red / White - pin 8 Brown - pin 4 Yellow / Red - pin 3 Blue / Red - pin 2 Orange / Brown - pin 7 Orange / Green - pin 6 Green / Brown - pin 5 Green / Red - pin 1

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