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e36 central locking problem

Hi all,ive fitted a aftermarket alarm and central locking kit,alarm fitted ok but I did a silly thing and cut into the central locking wires while it the battery was still connected and now the central locking don't work,ive re-connected the wires back up but don't know whats blown can anyone help please

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Did you check the fuses? Did you verify that their is power going to the unit?


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hi Lord Vader, yeah there's no power going to the actuators,dont know where the fuses are located
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Fuse box is located under the hood. Next to the brake fluid resevoir.


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I've checked all them and there ok is there any other fuses anywhere
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Thats the only fuse box.

Find the power wire and trace it back. See if theirs a short somewhere. Check the power wire leading to the main ZKW Module. If the wiring checks out okay, the ZKW module may be damaged.


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Thanks for your help, i'll let ya know how I get on
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Got the central locking sorted, but now I need to know how to connect the remote central locking, i.e. which wires go where lol, any help would be much appreciated cos its doing my head in now
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E36 Wiring Diagrams:

http://wedophones.com/Manuals/BMW/19...g%20Manual.pdf


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