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Old 03-19-2009, 12:06 AM
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Door popper wiring

Yo i just got a popper kit.. i want to install it myself but i dont have a clue.. i need the wiring diaphragm to the brain.. a little help?..

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Old 03-19-2009, 08:14 AM
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Yo, whats a wiring diaphragm?
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Your remote control receiver should have come with a wiring diagram. If not, you should be able to find one on the manufacturer's website.

Without knowing what brand and model of receiver you have, and what type of "poppers" you have, I can't really help you much.



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Thats the problem i dont see no brand on it and i bought it on the street.. are they all somewhat alike wiring wise?
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No they are not all a like. It depends how many functions are built into the unit. Some will do just the door locks others will do trunk, horn lights, or have a remote signalling to the key fob.
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Just curious, what kind of cars is this going in?
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Here,try this..... STOP buying things off the street that doesnt come with instructions........Especially when you dont know a thing about them in the first place....secondly, was it in a box or did they give it all to you in a plastic bag? I have a door popper kit and it came with 2 solenoids, 2 spring loaded poppers, 2 remotes,the brains of the operation and a wad of wiring...OH and i almost forgot....the instructions.You just dont walk up to somebody with all of that and sell it to them without a package.Anyway the black box that is the brains should have a factory inspection label on it somewhere as do most electrical gadgets you buy and on it should be a numerical code stamp along with some letters,google those and see what you get.Mine is made by V.P.A.
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Thats the chance you take when buying at a swap meet. The thing may be good and then it may be a piece of burned out junk someone wants to get off of their bench or trash can. It the thing works, it's up to you to make it function the way you want.
With the amount of imported electronics a device could use any of several different designs to make it work finding out witch one is up to the buyer.
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FWIW, here is a good wiring resource for door locks.

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