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jamesabell22

Focus 1.4 Cl (1999) Remote Central Locking

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I have recently purchased a Ford Focus 1.4 CL (1999) T Reg.

The car has manual central locking, although i would like to know if it is possible to adapt the car for remote central locking?

Would be grateful if i could receive some help on whether i can do this, what i need for it and how much it would likely cost?

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remote central locking is not on the cl bace model

you could try a aftermarket one off ebay hope this helps

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it would have to be programed by main dealer

and i dont think your car would have all the wiring fitted for it to work

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the cheapest way would be this on e bay item number: 170922897650

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you have to remove the doorcards to check if the wiring is there some have it some dont then you require the modules then you require a remote fob that needs coded which can be done manualy all in a few hundred pounds easier to buy an aftermarket alarm with central locking facility and more reliable

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just beware when removing the foam seal behind the door panel dont tear it as its all that keeps the water out the car and its stuck down with a pliable seal it requires a sharp stanley blade and patience as you cut the seal at the edges seperating the panel

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