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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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  • blazemusic Sep 28, 2008

    what is the wiring color coding for the alarm module.? I have recently installed an alarm and there is one wire which should go to the central locking module for activating the lock/unlock funtion. Can you help me please.!!

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The alarm module is actually mounted on the drivers side, to the right of the dash fuse block.

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Seams you lack the knowledge and test equipment to tackle this type of repair . Your best bet mite be to have a qualified repair shop check it out.
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