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Thread: 87-92 Keyless entry upgrade (Plug and Play)

  1. #31
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    I hope everything works out because I would really like to get one

  2. #32
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    I would like to clear things up on what happened with Kurt. I was in the middle of moving and had no internet at the time with that said I know that is not a good excuse. I have sent his out some time ago and I hope he has gotten it. I have also sent him a message asking what I can do to make things right as this is not how I want to do business. With that said I lost my job today so now I have the time to build some more of the keyless entry modules. I have the stuff to put 3 together right now I'm just waiting for the remotes I ordered to show up. So if anyone is interested in one I will start putting a few together asap. Thanks

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    All is Good!

    It showed up last week. Nice work.

    Chris,
    Thanks for getting things squared away. I will do business with you again.
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    Is this kit still available by any chance?
    Current: 1993 SC 5.0L Auto Red, 1994 SC 5-speed Teal, 1995 SC 5-speed Chameleon Blue
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaifanSC View Post
    Is this kit still available by any chance?
    Looks like he hasn't been around for awhile.

    I made one a few years ago for my car. I may be able to make one for you or at least show you what to do. Parts will be a little harder to come by now though, I think.
    Matt Haub
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    That's too bad as this would be an excellent cheap upgrade! Any chance on a parts list to perform this upgrade with junkyard parts? I have a 94 donor car with keyless entry (with fob) and would love to have this installed on my 93 with keypad entry.

  7. #37
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    That's all your really need.

    Basically, cut your keyless entry box apart to get the box-side of the connector, solder the wiring from the remote keyless box to the "board" from the old box, then plug and go.

    I think there are two wires that you'd have to run independently - to your park lamps and to the horn....neither are required though.
    Matt Haub
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    Black '89 5spd - 281K miles, MPx, E85, Alky-Inj ¶ RWHP: ? RWTQ: ? ¶ Best 1/4mi:12.521, MPH:107.23mph
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    I bought one of the retrofitted unit from him. I installed it in my 90, still working great.
    Let me know if you need part number or any info
    If you donít mind cutt My two wire I also installed an after market unit in my 1993
    Check out my 1993 White Auto SC page for video on how to ..
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  9. #39
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    If anyone would like this built and has the parts, I can do it do you...this is a really simple upgrade (especially compared to the MK8 Dash swap wiring I've done..lol)

    I can make some time to do the work, but can't promise that I can set aside the time to find the parts right now - especially the keyfobs. You can buy them on eBay though.

    Anyway, if you really want one, but don't have the means or desire to DIY, send me a PM.
    Matt Haub
    Shootouts: '09 SS 1st | '10 Mod1 2nd | '11 Bracket 3rd | '12 Bracket 1st | 2013 | '14 Bracket 3rd | 2015 | '16 Bracket 1st & Mod2 2nd | 2017 |
    Black '89 5spd - 281K miles, MPx, E85, Alky-Inj ¶ RWHP: ? RWTQ: ? ¶ Best 1/4mi:12.521, MPH:107.23mph
    35th Anniversary Auto 46k miles | Red '93 Auto 186k miles
    My Garage

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    Seems old

    Are yoy still offering?

  11. #41
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    Keyless

    Are you still doing this

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    PCB's

    I made a PCB for myself and made some available to 3 other people.

    I have a neat little on your desk PCB "Printer" called a Voltera - cost me nothing to try for myself, if it works out I could make others.

    I would be interested in trading a set of the PCB's for someone to find me a module, keyfob AND THE CAR SIDE connectors from a 93+ to use form my 2nd SC.

    Peter in Toronto
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