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Aftermarket Central Locking
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Hi All,

sorry I am new to this forum and I was wondering if anyone could help me.

I have purchased a aftermarket central locking kit from EBay for use on the company 06 plate Berlingo. does anybody have access or can point me in the right way to the wiring diagram or which wires are the ones for the on board oem central locking loom ?

Thanks in advance

Chappie1976
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Is this a kit marketed to fit the Berlingo?
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Hi Gadget Man,

No it is one of the generic ones from EBay. I have fitted the same kit to a mk2 punto with no issues. I just wanted a heads up of the colour of the wires in the loom with out removing all the door cards.

Thanks
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