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Old 10-04-2006, 10:19 PM   #11
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VW remote entry

A trick used long ago. When an emergency came with a dead battery, a small female plug was hidden under the cay or under the engine cover. The plug was made for about 20 amps. Just enough to feed car electrical system and the remote to open the doors. Guys who, along time ago, used a magnet hidden some place were always consuming all the batterypower showing themagic door. On some vehicles, a hidden choke wire or cable could operate the doors with no battery. The electric remote is the best method. A door helper spring should also be used to help door open after button is switched. I have been thinking of wiring a alarm type door lock. To lock the only door now, takes some time, a long bolt and a big padlock. It would be very difficult to enter thru the door. A remote would give me a quick method of security. Frank
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