Where is the control module for the central locking.
I have an alarm system installed in my 92 Maxima, but I cant find the control module for the central locking. I have been told there4 should be a light blue/white stripe wire in the passenger side foot well, but I'll be damned if I can find it. Any help for me ?
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Best Answer:Use the trunk or drivers door lock turn and hold it toward unlock for 2 seconds to turn off the alarm system. Arm the same way turn and hold to unlock 2 seconds. You should be able to see what the security light is doing. Last resort (two People) disconnect the negative post off of the battery #1 person turn and hold the ignition key to the crank position. #2 person then drop the negative terminal on (some spark) then the motor will crank and start before the alarm knows what is happening. Good Luck
Are you talking about the module for the central locking system, alarm a delayed lights ? There really isn't a BCM that controls everything like in the newer vehicles. That's about the only one I can think of for body control functions other than the module for a sun roof. If this is the what you are looking for, this module is located in the trunk of the vehicle on the right (passenger) side behind the trim. Hope this helped you.
I've been dealing with similar problems (windows and sunroof dead, power locks iffy, dome light doesn't work, random chiming) and best I can figure is:
a) get rid of the leak and any standing water b) depending on the year of your car check the relays and/or central locking module
I spent a lot of time checking the ECU and door interior parts and those were both dead ends. I also thought the standing water on the floor might be shorting actual wiring, but now I've eliminated that as well. Although my alarm hasn't been going off, the "door chime" has and the instrument cluster sometimes shows 3 or 4 doors open while driving. VAG-COM showed some alarm trip type faults as well. Central locking is my next move when I've got some time.
Try to check wires to the driverside central lock master motor. alarm installer probaly cut wires inorder to link the alarm to your cars central locking system.
Central lock master motor usually comes with 5 wires, two is the motor supply wire capable of reversing its polarity depending on lock or unlock request, the remaining 3 is just a swtich. One is ground and the two are negative request swtich for lock and unlock. If all fuses were good this moght be the problem, try also to check the outside fuses- in the hood. Good luck!