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Remote Central Locking
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I have just been given a new 61 plate berlingo from work WITHOUT remote locking, lol.

what i want to know, is it easy enough to fit the remote locking on either from citroen direct eg, is it just a case they sell you a fob plus the programming???? or can i fit an after market one like a toad RK30??

If so has anyone done it that could provide some help as to fitting etc, im fairly handy with a soldering iron and heatshrink, just need to be pushed in the right direction.
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#2
To install fully factory remote locking system is expensive.
It's better to install aftermarket door actuators but control system.....
you can use original (key transmitter+battery+reciever).
If there's no reciever in a Com2000 unit you must change whole unit.
After all these installations option "central lock" must be activated by Lexia.
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(28-09-2011, 09:24 AM)pk7478 Wrote:  To install fully factory remote locking system is expensive.
It's better to install aftermarket door actuators but control system.....
you can use original (key transmitter+battery+reciever).
If there's no reciever in a Com2000 unit you must change whole unit.
After all these installations option "central lock" must be activated by Lexia.

It already has central locking, just no remote, its optional, all i want to do is have keyless entry.

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#4
You wanna do it by yourself ?
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#5
(28-09-2011, 04:00 PM)andymiller6891 Wrote:  It already has central locking, just no remote, its optional, all i want to do is have keyless entry.

If the sensors are fitted then you should just need the key & programming. Not cheap from a dealer - mine quoted me about £140ish (£70 for the key & another £70 to program it). If you get the key you could have it programmed somewhere else for a lot less.

How much is the fish?
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Quote:If the sensors are fitted then you should just need the key & programming. Not cheap from a dealer - mine quoted me about £140ish (£70 for the key & another £70 to program it). If you get the key you could have it programmed somewhere else for a lot less.

how would i know if the sensors are there???
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#7
Pop in to your local dealer.

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How much is the fish?
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(28-09-2011, 06:59 PM)andymiller6891 Wrote:  
Quote:If the sensors are fitted then you should just need the key & programming. Not cheap from a dealer - mine quoted me about £140ish (£70 for the key & another £70 to program it). If you get the key you could have it programmed somewhere else for a lot less.

how would i know if the sensors are there???

VIN to PM

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#9
Quote:VIN to PM

Where would i find the vin, is it on the plate under the bonnet???

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#10
It's on your V5
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