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Old 03-07-2006
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Help installing doorlocks and autopage rf-315

Hi, Im Installing Pwr Door Locks and an Autopage RF 315 into a 2004 Dodge Dakota. Everything is wired up and working except for the door locks. I have tried the three wire positive and negative, the setup found here for polarity changing and actuators, changing the polarity individually, and stepping up the voltage straight from the alarm (as found in a thread here). None of these seem to work. Locks work when hooked up to a batt. and the alarm is still giving readings good readings and are in accordance to the manual (green +lock -unlock, Blue +unlock - lock) Thanks in advance for the help.

^^ i copy and pasted my post from the I've always had great help from you guys so i figured i would try here as well. Regardless the truck is apart and im my garage (not mine installing for a friend/job) so speedy help is much appreciated. Thanx!
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Old 03-08-2006
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OK, so the light flash and shocksensor stopped working out of the blue. . . and now when i arm it it goes of like a minute later (i thought it might be from the PCM sending signals throught the door triggers but i had diodes on both . . . then again the diodes would prevent the current from going back to the car from the alarm so its still a possibility) . . . any help would be great. Do i just have a possesed unit?
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