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    Annoyed - Total Closure

    i went and fitted it

    blue to blue with black

    ground to that bolt

    red to red

    tried it, nothing happened.

    Then checked all the connections, and tried again

    Nothing

    then again i messed with them again and tried it

    it put the windows up, but the didnt lock or dead lock the car.

    so by this point i was scared that it wouldnt lock,

    messed with them again, and it locked but didnt put windows up.

    so i gave up and disconnected them all.

    Whats wrong chaps?

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    i fitted a cobra to my astra and the total closurer worked with out me wiring the total close wire up lol
    ummm gallie

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    i have a .pdf file for installing alarms in to astra but i cant post it on here???

    whats ur e mail ill e mail it to u
    ummm gallie

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    lockin wires are brown/red and brown/white goin into the connecter in the passenger foot well!?
    ummm gallie

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    red/blue for total closures on a timed supply in the doors...


    hope im helpin??? lol
    ummm gallie

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    i did it and i had the same problem, use a set of pliers and squeeze it on the metal bits to make sure the scotch blocks cuts into the wires properly

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    Have you tried resetting the windows afterwards?
    all the way down - click
    all the way up - click

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    Did you do the test, with the key in the lock to check your car will work with total closure kit. Not all will.

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    I believe you have wired it up wrong,


    Blue to Black with blue tracer (deadlock wire)
    Red to Red with yellow tracer (total closure wire)
    Black to Ground to the bolt

    Also you should splice and solder the wires in my opinion, scotch lock connectors are the work of a lazy man and can't be trusted!

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    Correct answer above

    I really wish Stevie would supply wiring instruictions or be on call to answer all the problems people have with his unit
    Want a professional job done on fitting your aftermarket electrical accessories? PM me for a quote
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