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    anybody know what colours the central locking wires are i need the unlock and deadlock wire to wire my lights on delay up

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    Being Canbus there probably isnt dedicated wires but a data signal sent to the door modules.

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    i cn hear come relays clikcing in the boot when i press my fob (unlock and lock) ill by a tester tomorrow and test all the wires for a signal

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    need some more electrical help now on a multimeter what setting would you put it on for testing for a signal for the central locking?

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    The clicking in the boot when locking/unlocking could possibly be the fuel flap lock.
    Set the multimeter to voltage detection. The signal could be on, off or a pulse, and may be live or earth triggered. As said it'll most likely be a canbus data signal to the door modules, so maybe it'll be possible to 'tap-in' within the door.

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    sorted it i connected it up to a red and black wire that only gave a reading when i locked and unlocked the car now the headlights come on when i lock and unlock the car

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