oh my god wzach ur my hero
Hey. So I've got no locks on my doors using Passat rear handles modified to fit the Corrado, but this left me with a dilemma. How do I roll up the windows and close the roof (93 up models Only) without a key hole to use?
Well, I installed the rightclick plug and play keyless entry system in my 93. If you obtain this:
Keyless Plug and Play kit is here "Rightclick"
It will have keyless locks with no roll up of windows with 3 plugs.
To start the install, you need to pull apart the right rear section of the carpet. This means pulling out the rear deck lid support on the right hand side to expose the carpet under it and the harness location.
Pull the pump cover off by loosening the strap with a 10mm. This should expose the pump and all wiring needed.
Unplug the harness from the pump and insert it into the P&P Harness provided in the P&P kit.
Then plug the new connection back into the pump,
Last to make the locks work via remote, plug in the brain of the unit.
Next is the optional Blinker flash when locked, and when searching for the car it will flash 3 times for you. these are done by utilizing the connection from the unit and has 2 brown wires to tap into the factory flashers which are:
Drivers side = Black/white wire. to have enough room to leave the unit tucked in the pass corner, i extended this wire and ran it through the same location as other wiring across the back so the wire could be secured.
Passenger = Black/Green. There is no need to extend this wire as the unit is closer to this side of the car.
Drivers side wire extended before tucking.
Ok, here was what was stumping me. Window and roof closes by holding key in lock position on either door handle. How do you simulate the holding of key in lock position with no door locks to put a key in? The unit only puts out signal for .5 seconds without the additional signal wire connected. 4 seconds if you cut the Pneumatic lock. DO not wast your time on that because the windows and roof take way longer than 4 seconds to roll up.
Green Wire on unit:
The unit comes with a window output wire that has a signal for 20 seconds. Problem is the pulse from the unit is negative, and the signal needs a relay placed in line to switch that signal to pulse the lock wire.
I used a universal 4 pin relay to make this work.
First you must tap into the lock wire. This is the Red/Yellow wire at the factory harness used for the Central lock pump. I extended this wire to be able to reach the relay. This is plugged into pin #87 on the relay to simulate grounding out of the lock wire as if you were holding the key in the handle.
Then the Red wire is taped into for Constant Power. Using this new power wire make a connection with a jumper to jump 2 pins on the relay.
Relay Pin #'s 30 and 85 are connected to the Hot.
I USED THE UNIVERSAL HARNESS FOR PARTS HERE. YOUR WIRE COLORS MAY VARY
The red wire is coming from power,the orange is from the lock wire, green in signal source from the control unit, and white is the jumped connection.
This leaves pin# 86 to be connected to the green wire from the control unit.
I then located the relay on the puump cover strap and reassemled the car.
Your windows and roof should all close with one touch of the remote.
Thanks again to those answering my wiring information requests!!!!!
I will update this if i move forward with adding trunk pop to the car, and lastly wiring the horn beep at lock. One thing I am greatful for not having as that used to get me so busted in my MK3. lol
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Quote, originally posted by dworkz » oh my god wzach ur my hero
LOL thanks man, be mine and bring that effing regulater eh.
HAHA, dude, im 6'4" 200+ do you know who your effing with?
Quote, originally posted by dasbeast3.0 » nice write up zak. im gonna get your arms w/ duct tape @ the bbq now that i know youz a harrrrrry basted. lol watch out son.
Quote, originally posted by JIIP » their website says they sold out, where do you get them?
That IS where i got it from,
Especially you Mikki for the pic.
Im only usually spotted form far away and my pics are usually fuzzier than that.
For you guys who are 92 and under, the sunroof motor from the 93 and up and mk3 cars has the close feature built in, but you will still have windows closure with the kit.
Quote, originally posted by vdubjim » im out in the driveway doing this right now. HOLY your descriptions of what wire goes where is horrible. i will assist when i figure it out.
How so, are you talking about the way i wired the relay, or running the blinker wire?
Blinker wire runs under the rear hatch.
I tried my best to explain the color wire i used and where it went to for the relay, again, i cut the universal harness for parts. let me know if you need anything.
Here is what i dod using your relay example and the non-plug and play kit. they seem NLA or sold out.
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Modified by vdubjim at 2:40 PM 5-9-2009
good DIY Bump
Ive Owned 26+ Corrado's so far...
6 Of them I have Daily Driven for well over a year each....
6 Of them were used to save others.....
& 14 Of them I have saved/fixed and Resold......
More to come!
how difficult would it be to buy their universal setup and wire it in? i havent looked at the module or actual wiring yet but since they are sold our or no longer selling the plug and play kit this would be the only option
i did, i guess i phrased the question poorly. the wiring pictured on your diagram, is that just cutting and splicing from the harness connected to the C module to the harness connected to the RT module? is it a full cut and splice or just tapping it so the original C wiring still runs as before with the addition of the RT module?