|08-07-2009 09:19 AM|
That said, I had an Avital control unit, remote power locks, and motion sensor with 2 keyfobs for about $350. That included a $50 interface for the Avital unit to connect directly into the Jeep harness; rather than having them hack & slash my wiring. Labor time was about three hours, FWIW.
I have seen qoutes for around $150 just for the remote power locks.
|08-06-2009 01:10 PM|
|08-06-2009 12:26 AM|
I didn't install mine but had a local mobile audio place do it as well as a security system. I watched most of the install. If you're not getting an alarm (or plan on adding one) I would imagine the install would be pretty simple.
Install lock poppers (actuators) and wire up to power and receiver then install and wire the receiver.
The only thing I saw the installer have a hard time with was adjusting the rod that connected the actuator to the lock mechanism so it moved properly. Just trial and error. And I have had to readjust them once in the last year.
Go fer it!
|08-05-2009 06:25 PM|
|deekum1627||never done it but im sure its not hard|
|08-05-2009 12:05 PM|
Install power locks???
I hate that I dont have power locks...so I'm going to buy the after market lock kit with keyless entry. How hard is it to install? Anyone else done this yet???
2007 Jeep Wrangler unlimted 4-door