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Old 18-03-2013, 11:04 AM
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Question 5 Wire Lock Actuator Wiring - Central Locking

I can't figure out the wiring with the central locking (mongoose alarm).

The alarm has:
1 - orange - unlock - no (fused)
2 - blue - unlock - common
3 - brown - unlock - nc
4 - black - ground when armed
5 - white - lock - nc
6 - green - lock - common
7 - purple - lock - no (fused)
8 - yellow - 2 stage unlock

The actuator (jaycar) has:
1 - black - C
2 - brown - NO
3 - white - NC
4 - blue - (M)
5 - green - (M)

Do I connect straight to the actuator? or does it require a relay?

I hope someone can help me with what wires to use and where they go.

Also, if the door is open the lock cannot be moved, is this okay for the actuator when the alarm passively arms itself and tries to lock the doors?
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Do I remove the micro switch from the driver's door and hook the alarm central locking to the harness in the dash?

Here are some images of the circuits from the manual (For a GUIII DX):



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Solved my own problem after screwing around for ages.

To help future people...

From alarm central locking:
white + brown -> ground
blue + green -> blue + green on actuator
purple + orange -> +12v

That's all. The others aren't required.
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Sorry mate. I have been through this and I ment to reply but I was watching a movie and forgot to.
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Cool
Aftermarket central locking motors u only need to use the green wire and the blue wire

The other wires are used only if the motor is a master and tells the central locking relay to trigger the slave motors

So when u hook them up to an alarm u only need to use the two wires
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