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hi guys getting the ford centrol locking out of a higer spec ecsort mk 6 mines a mk 6 but a 1.4 and just wondering the front dpprs can plug in the loom but my back doors dont have looms is there any way of wireing up the centrol locking to the back as im taking all the doors of escort with centrol locking thanks
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I've tried to do this, Rears would never work but the fronts were fine. I assume you need the CL brain all plummed in too as it used to just make the front ones Fcuk about once the rears were fed off the front

what is there a way to make the back work as well and is there anything else i will need to put in to make work thanks for quick replie

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You will need all the rear wiring and the central locking relay that goes by the fusebox, Basically all of the central locking system as otherwise the rears wont work. The fronts will work straight plugged into the door looms and a fuse put in CL slot
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You will need all the rear wiring and the central locking relay that goes by the fusebox, Basically all of the central locking system as otherwise the rears wont work. The fronts will work straight plugged into the door looms and a fuse put in CL slot

oh yerr so what do i do take the rear looms out of the other car 4 my car and weres the centrol lockin stuff thanks

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I would assume so but I have never done it myself. I do know the rear part of the wiring loom will need cutting out of the main looms it runs with and across the car

got ya but i dont wanna be cutting into my loom in my car tbh wont the back door looms be there some ware on my car evan tho mine has no centrol locking thanks

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