Pug 405 SRi door locks and alarm
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    Default Pug 405 SRi door locks and alarm

    I have installed a new alarm into my pug 405 sri after a breakin. I have connected all parts of alarm except door locks. On the actuator it self there are two plugs one is 2 wire and the other is 3 wire. i have found out the system is a positive pulse but am unable to figure out how or to connect the wires up. does anybody know where you would connect wires hopefully someone has come across this before.

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    The two pin is the lock motor/solenoid.

    the three pin is the switch that is operated by the internal door lock button
    term 1 is up and term 2 is down or vice versa
    terminal 3 goes to earth/chassis

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    Thank you Decca i will see if this uniden alarm will drive that solenoid
    i have also added an extract of the alarm into this thread as well



    Quote Originally Posted by Decca
    The two pin is the lock motor/solenoid.

    the three pin is the switch that is operated by the internal door lock button
    term 1 is up and term 2 is down or vice versa
    terminal 3 goes to earth/chassis

    Decca
    Last edited by linuxsurfer; 18th October 2005 at 08:08 PM.

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