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    Central Locking Wires Question

    I will be having a full alarm system with central locking on both doors installed shortly into my MX5/Miata and I'll be in the doors putting speakers in this weekend. While I am there, how many sets of wires should I run into the drivers and passenger doors for the hook up of the central locking?

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    Re: Central Locking Wires Question

    probably just 2 wires... if you manually lock the driver's door does it lock the passengers door as well? if so u just need an actuator in that driver's door... so run 2 wires to the actuator... and under the dash wire that to the relays or your harness for your lock / unlock



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