Central locking kit cable routing route.

Howdy people,

I'm planning on installing the kit for months now... and I think now it's time to do it.
As it seem to be no (working) guide on the forum I will also be making one or use this one as to document my journey for other people who want to do it too.

Does anyone still active on the forum have photos of their setup?

After a couple of days I will be posting some update here, so see ya all!
 
If you have a coilpack and central locking without remote you can just fit the original module and use the original fobs. It’s a brown plug underneath the steering wheel. Way easier
 
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If you have a coilpack and central locking without remote you can just fit the original module and use the original fobs. It’s a brown plug underneath the steering wheel. Way easier

Wouldn't that cost a lot more? The kit is around €30...
 
No the modules can be found for 15-40 euro and some fobs for 10-30 euro. I’ve sold a few complete sets for 40-50 euro but haven’t got any atm. Nats won’t do anything with the doors.
 
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I checked some on my country online junkyard site, it seems I will only be needing the fob which look like its no where for sale... what kind of fobs is it?
 
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I can get a 285969F97 close to my home for around €25 but it on the fobs that I'm missing...
 
https://www.picclickimg.com/d/l400/...Nissan-Micra-10-3Dr-Keyless-Ecu-285969F97.jpg The module looks like this. And the most common fobs look like this: https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/Hac1d175...cra-Primera-Serena-Terrano-Navara-X-trail.jpg
This has the key on it but these can be cut off to keep a round fob. Or get a blank and cut your key into it and put the nats chip in. These fobs can be found in scrapyards easily. Almera and Primera somewhere between 96-02 or so (give or take a year) came with them.

You can also use these fobs but they are harder to find:

 
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