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Hi Guys

I posted here before but post was lost.

I have decided to upgrade my manual door locks on My Hilux Workmate 4x2 to remote central locking and have noted that the doorlocks are cable operated.

Does any one recommend a suitable kit for the conversion.

Cheers

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i just converted mine, the best thing to do is just get a pair of the factory central striker modules and wire them into an aftermarket keyless unit, i ended up using the whole door looms and the elec modules and i took the elec windows aswell and made it all work in my tgn16r,

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i just converted mine, the best thing to do is just get a pair of the factory central striker modules and wire them into an aftermarket keyless unit, i ended up using the whole door looms and the elec modules and i took the elec windows aswell and made it all work in my tgn16r,

Do you know the part numbers at all, I have just brought a 2014 workmate and would like to get central locking.

Cheers

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dont have part numbers but theres always heaps of them at the wreckers, the four door ones fit on the two door ones fine too...

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Do you need the drivers front, as in is that the master one?

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sorry yea i meant if you have a single cab you can take the front door looms and latch mechanisms etc from a four door one. theres a couple of wires you have to extend due to the longer door but nothing major. you mays well take the elec windows aswell like i did:P

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sorry to hijack but - daniboy, i PMd you but inbox is full. :help:

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Toyota Hilux KUN26 KUN16 D4D 1KDFTV central locking wiring diagram
If you want to install an aftermarket central locking controller, but want to keep the original locking actuators.

Remove the panel to the right of the throttle pedal on the driver side. 2 wires from the top wiring loom connector will need connecting to the new locking controller.

Bottom row 1st wire to the left
The blue with a white stripe (A) will unlock all doors when connected to ground

Bottom row 5th wire from the left
The pure blue (B) will lock all doors when connected to ground

Test by shorting either of these wires to the chassis, you will need to cut or splice these two wires and solder them to the wires of the aftermarket central locking controller.

The Hilux locking system is negative triggered. The Aftermarket locking controller should support this. If it will only provide a 12v output, you'll need to interface an additional 12v relay.

White AMLC (com) -> Blue/White (A) and Yellow AMLC (NO) -> GND Chassis *unlock*
White/Black AMLC (com) -> Pure Blue (B) and Yellow/Black AMLC (NO) -> GND Chassis *lock*. And obviously the AMLC will need constant 12v and chassis/GND.

This still retains the functionality of the original Toyota locking system. Your genuine Toyota remotes will still work. Don't touch the wiring on the passenger side behind the glovebox ie the wireless central locking controller module. It sends complex data signals to the ecu so no need to touch it.

 

Toyota_Hilux_KUN26_KUN16_1_KDFTV_central

Edited by vornez
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