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Right then mate, If you access your central locking control module, located under the fuse board on the a pillar. There will be 2 multi plugs into the module, the one with 9 wires is the one your looking for. On my Loom(1996) the two wires your looking for are yellow and white, but just in case they are a different colour. Take out the multiplug and in the socket were it plugs into the module there are numbers to explain which pin is which, numbered 1-10 but 10 is not used.

 

Yellow wire is pin number 5 - Lock signal wire.

White wire is pin number 6 - Unlock signal wire.

 

The escort uses a positive pulse system. The easiet way I think of doing it is if you join the 2 lock/unlock wires from your alarm to the 2 lock/unlock wires at the module.

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Right then mate, If you access your central locking control module, located under the fuse board on the a pillar. There will be 2 multi plugs into the module, the one with 9 wires is the one your looking for. On my Loom(1996) the two wires your looking for are yellow and white, but just in case they are a different colour. Take out the multiplug and in the socket were it plugs into the module there are numbers to explain which pin is which, numbered 1-10 but 10 is not used.

 

Yellow wire is pin number 5 - Lock signal wire.

White wire is pin number 6  - Unlock signal wire.

 

The escort uses a positive pulse system. The easiet way I think of doing it is if you join the 2 lock/unlock wires from your alarm to the 2 lock/unlock wires at the module.

thanx for that mate works a treat :drunk:

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If push switches where installed on the dashboard, like garyonthursday wants to do.

 

Would the double locking activate if the unlock button was pushed, quickly followed by the lock button, just like when you double lock the car using the key?

 

Or does something else activate the double locking, other than an unlock, lock pulse?

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