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    Fitting a soleniod to boot.

    Im gonna remove the lock from the boot of my motor, not smothing the arse just gonna get the grab handel smoothed over as I quite like the number plate recess. Just wanted to know how difficult it is to fit and how its wired up and would it be better to run it of my clifford alarm, and how much it costs to do this.
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    Why don't you do something like Rob, with the lock relocated behind the number plate.

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    Id be happy with just the solenoid

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    PVD do the universal solenoid kit for £33 I think it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M40COO
    Why don't you do something like Rob, with the lock relocated behind the number plate.
    just dont ask RJ as they never want to do it ever again PMSL
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