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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    Oh right, In the installation manual it says do not loose the PIN as you'll need a new brain unit I've got mine wired up so the windows rise when I press lock, you can have it so the windows raise if you keep the lock button pressed but thats pointless and you'll loose the panic facility if you ever wanted to set your alarm off.

    Its the same wire (i think white one) and its already set to a 20sec pulse
    Ye it says that, but if you ring TOAD with your serial number and £19.99 they'll give it ya lol.

    From what I read on the install docs, the white wire is full closure, but you have to keep buttons 3 and 4 pressed together till everythings closed? then there 2 other wires (basically button 3, and one for button 4) ones a timer (that you can set the pulse for) and ones a short pulse, useful for deadlocking or flashing lights etc.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ako89 View Post
    Ye it says that, but if you ring TOAD with your serial number and £19.99 they'll give it ya lol.

    From what I read on the install docs, the white wire is full closure, but you have to keep buttons 3 and 4 pressed together till everythings closed? then there 2 other wires (basically button 3, and one for button 4) ones a timer (that you can set the pulse for) and ones a short pulse, useful for deadlocking or flashing lights etc.
    I've got button 3 (when pressed for 3 secs) to keep the halo's and front fogs on untill I press the button again to switch them off. Its the green/red wire.

    Its definaltey the white wire for the window closure. You'll have to programe the alarm (instructions on page 8) and the windows will rise when you lock up
     
     

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