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MK2F Central Locking


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GatisGirdenis

Howdy

 

I've ordered a central locking unit and I am starting to try to figure out a clean way to run the cables inside the door.

 

Has anyone (willing to share) done this before?

I would need to run a couple extra wires in there for the future as I want door speakers and maybe even electric windows eventually :fool:

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door off ...drill the pillar and door and use a rubber boot from another car to pass the wires through

 

such as this...best measure it first its a random link i found 

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Central-Locking-Electric-Window-Rubber-Boot-Protector-Brand-New/221929935068?hash=item33ac0e10dc:g:xowAAOSwm8VUr9jO

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caretakerplus

If you are purchasing the cable separately, rather than buying a kit of parts, I would suggest that you purchase more flexible cable (thinner strands, but more of them) - at least for the part that passes through the rubber boot between the door and the pillar.

If you use standard cable in this area, it is likely to soon fail due to repeated opening and closing of the door

 

Regards

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