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  • [Corsa B 1993-2000] central locking

    Hi, I am new to the forum and thank you in advance to everyone for helping. I want to install an aftermarket central locking control. Holden Barina 1999. At first I did not know the car had C/L(new owner), then I discovered that there were door motors fitted, eventually found the box(kiekert) behind the ECU. In order to connect the new controller to the existing wiring I need a pinout for the kiekert connector.
    I would appreciate any help.

    Last edited by corsabloke; 09-05-2014, 10:50 AM.

  • #2
    What exactly is it you need to know mate, i might be able to help, do you need a full wiring diagram? I've got autodata and it shows the central locking module but not sure if its a kiebert unit.

    3= Ignition Switch- Ignition ON = Black
    9= Battery + = Red
    2= Brown/Red
    12= Red/yellow
    6= Brown/White
    7= Black/Yellow
    11= Brown
    8= Black/Red

    Let me know if you need anymore information.


    • #3
      Hi thanks for the quick response. I need a diagram that will shows all the connections of the c/l system or a least where the kiekert connector pins go to. I need to connect the new control unit to the existing wiring. The above diagram only helps a little bit. It looks like my connector is wired the same, but I do not have 12v at pin 9. Pin 11 looks like it is grounded and pin 3 has 12v with ign on. My fuse box has 28 fuses and I presume that fuse 13 is the one that supply pin 9 with 12v?

      fuse box just an example
      Last edited by corsabloke; 12-05-2014, 02:24 AM.


      • #4
        Hi, I think I have worked it out. Found fuse 13 blown and I managed to sort out the wiring for the drivers door motor switch. I'll see if I can use the ign wire(with a delayed pulse circuit) to lock the doors when the car is running. thank you very much for your help Williamcorsa.

        If I may ask another question - What is fuse 24 for? the fuse holder was empty and when I plugged a fuse in you could hear a relay clicking in the engine compartment. The description behind the cover only has a symbol.



        • #5
          According to this mate its not used.

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          • #6
            Now I am curious to know what that solenoid is for. If that's the fuse that powers it, how else is it operated and why would it be fitted?
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            • #7
              same as above
              Last edited by corsabloke; 21-05-2014, 02:34 AM. Reason: duble up