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Keyless entry I have fitted central locking, also trunk release (button controlled). Ihave also fitted keyless entry... A ll work OK, but.....I have two wires left to fit. Pink marked (-) trunk release output, and Blue marked (+) flash output . how do I connect both, and where? Appreciate all help Thanks Geo'

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  • geo0722 Mar 01, 2009

    I assume "parking lights " mean R & L indicator lights? If so, where do I connect them with the relay. To one light or link them?


  • geo0722 Mar 02, 2009

    Thanks, I understand how to connect to lghts now, but my car is european Citroen C1 Vibe, and no parking lights as such each side. I need to connect to the 6 direction indicators which become hazard warning lights when the switch is operated on dashboard. The flasher unit is incorporated in the instrument panel, and not the old fashioned silver coloured can type which had 3 terminals. So I can't connect to it.

    Would it be possible to connect a relay from behind the dashboard Hazard warning switch?......Thanks for the great help so far.

  • geo0722 Mar 02, 2009

    Forgot to tell you....

    The Pink is marked (-) trunk release output (0.5a).

    "" Blue "" "" (+) flash output (5a).

    Do I insert fuses between?, and where?


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Trunk release wire goes to the trunk wire of the vehicle and the flash output goes to your parking lights. Now if the trunk release is a positive wire than you will have to put a relay in to make it positive and if your parking lights are negative than you will have to put a relay in to make it negative.

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    james kappers Mar 02, 2009

    you must use two relays, one for each light. take two relays and tape them together. take your parking light output and hook it to the #86 terminal on both relays. You can take a jumper wire to both terminals and then off for the parking light output from the remote start. Than take a ground wire and hook it up to #85 termilan on both relays, Then on Terminal #87 hook up a 12v constant on both relays. Than on the #30 terminal that will be your output wires for both lights, one for the left and one for the right. This will isolate each one and have them both turn on durning remote start.

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    james kappers Mar 02, 2009

    that diagram only goes for ir f your vehicle calls for you to isolate your two lights. What type of vehicle is this going in because most cars are a one wire hook up for both lights

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    james kappers Mar 03, 2009

    no you do not need to add the fuses as they are internal. If you look at your light switch there should be parking liights. If you turn on your parking lights test the wires and see which one switches either + to - or - to +. That wire will be the one you hook up. If its negative you would have to put a relay to make it negative. Let me know what you find.


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