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Fitted a turbo timer to a new Mazda BT50 , all went sweet but the remote wont lock the doors while the motors runing , any ideas.
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Was it a straight plug in interceptor or did you have to wire it?
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QUOTE(VT-440 @ Nov 27 2007, 11:48 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Was it a straight plug in interceptor or did you have to wire it?


No it was a wire in one.

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OK, so there is obviously power to the fuel shut off, but the body control module isn't.
Was the timer for that specific model? some may have a few functions disabled within, which is rendering your central locking useless.
Check that, then double check the wiring, it's a bit hard without a diagram tongue.gif
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there should be a little removable chip within the alarm module, what brand alarm is it? mongoose?

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QUOTE(VT-440 @ Nov 28 2007, 07:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
OK, so there is obviously power to the fuel shut off, but the body control module isn't.
Was the timer for that specific model? some may have a few functions disabled within, which is rendering your central locking useless.
Check that, then double check the wiring, it's a bit hard without a diagram tongue.gif

It was a SDE turbo timer (special design for trucks and four wheel drives laugh.gif ) very basic ,the box it came in dosent say where it was made . the customer is happy to lock the car with his keys when its on so all is sweet.


QUOTE(FAT910 @ Nov 28 2007, 07:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
there should be a little removable chip within the alarm module, what brand alarm is it? mongoose?

Its a 2007 mazda factory system.
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OK. I must admit, I have only dealt with bogaard and ARB brand timers, which are straight plug ins designed for that model.
Sounds like yours (or the one you fitted) is more of a universal unit, this may be the reason the extra locking function is being ignored...
But, it's all good anyway!
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most turbo timers in new cars dont work at all cause of stupid encoded keys or the central locking dont work because of the motor still runnin 99 percent of new cars cant have it done

The Subaru Impreza is the Automotive equivalent of a decent prostitute.......They perform well, provide a good/thrilling ride but every f*ckers been there and done it already...
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I don't like being told what to do, and when some aluminium cased box of gears and friction plates tells me that it's time to change up, I really get pissed off. I will decide when it's time to change gears and sometimes I'm right. So the old smarty-pants automatic transmission isn't my best friend




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