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    Anti high-jack HELP PLEASE

    Right here goes David @ total closure sent me a new kit for the anti-high-jack so I wired it all up and it works when I tested it with the keys out of the ignition. just by touching a earth with the two wires which would receive the signal from the ignition switch stay with me,

    all wired up doors shut I turn the key to start the (kit) sends signal but doors don't lock.
    take key out the (kit) sends the signal to unlock nothing happens.

    Leave key out and (I) send signal to lock by using the wire from the kit it locks.
    (I) then send signal to unlock it does, but then I open the door and the alarm goes of.

    So here's what I know the kit he sent is working but the alarm seems to stop it.

    Does anyone on here know weather its even possible for this to work

    Many Thanks Mark.

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    What lock wire have you gone too?
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    The first stage so not the deadlock.

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    I know what wire that should be but it's why I asked the wire colour incase you have the wrong one......
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    On the alarm unit, there are 2 thin wires, iirc they are blue/red and pos red/blue, they are 2 next to each as i tested then while mark was with me,
    Was all working fine, then is somehow stoped and then would only while while the engine was running/started, so i sent him another unit just the anti hi-jack unit,

    it was the unlock and lock wire, (not deadlock) these wire were tested on a neg pulse and worked fine.
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    Thank you Planty. If you pulsed this wire earth a second time the car would deadlock, it also stops working when the keys in the ignition so swap it from it's current wire to a brown/red wire
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    i have used 2 wires
    1 wire goes to the unlock wire
    1 wire goes to the lock wire
    when ignition is on it puts a pulse to one wire (lock) and when ignition is off then pulse to other wire (unlock).

    (I know one wire will set the alarm) this has not been used,
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    I understand how the unit works and feel you need to go to the brown/red instead of the blue/red. I have this same problem when fitting aftermarket alarms to MK4's and have to diode the locking output to both the deadlock for normal alarm arming and the button lock for safty lock as I call it
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    cheers for that, i will text him, will he still need a diode for the anti hi-jack side of things.
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    No because your only using it for the anti hi jack/ safty lock, just needs the wire swapping as I said in the first reply to you
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