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Remote fob locking for L300


 
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2020 18:14    Post subject: Remote fob locking for L300 Reply with quote

Thought I'd just share a couple of photos here of how to fit a remote fob locking unit on an L300 as I had to replace the old one which gave up.

Mine has manual wind windows so there is space to put the controller unit in the door itself down near the hinge secured with cable ties.
The actuator can be screwed through existing holes in the door with some washers to pack out.
The control rod just screw-clamps onto the existing button lock rod.
You only need then run a permanent 12v from the fusebox to the control unit and earth to a handy bolt on the door.

The new remote controller locks and unlocks the drivers door which in turn triggers the existing central locking for the other doors. Really easy.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/7DEBjUys411LxaYe7

Kit from ebay for £14 - item 324027254142

(I probably posted before when I originally fitted it, but no harm in an update)
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:14    Post subject: Reply with quote

Awesome!  Cool Nice work!
I wondered about doing something like this myself.
But then, I think it may be somewhat far down the list of jobs - including re-sorting the roof, patching more holes in the wheel arches, sorting the CV joints, did I mention patching holes, and fitting an auxillary battery, it may be a while...  Very Happy
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I am finding black rubber gutter sealant very useful for sealing my supposedly seam welded patches. Probably a good thing I am not a boiler maker. Once the mastic is dry, a quick coat of Hammerite black chip guard (as favoured by Ed China) makes it look like a proper job. Did ! mention hours of angle grinding the frogspawn welds? Also need a proper leisure battery, as I've pretty much killed the spare car battery I used for that purpose. Then there's the steering column UJ's... Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2020 14:31    Post subject: Reply with quote

The hardest bit of the job is running one 12v line into the door. Can't remember what I tapped into when I originally did it (maybe the stereo perm live) but do the replacement took under an hour.
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