|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.22 x 3.62 x 1.93 inches|
|Item model number||8523722143|
|Batteries||2 CR2 batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
BANVIE Car Keyless Entry System for Central Door Lock with 4 Button Remote Control Transmitter
- Remote control central door lock and unlock(electrical/pneumatic central lock time optional)
- Remote car finding. Trunk Release (output signal +/- optional)
- Central door lock automatically,when Moving and all door are closed well, then press the foot-brake after 5s, the central door lock will locked automatically, after parking and take off the key, the door will unlocked.
- Window rolling up(if your car with window closer module), in disarm status press arm button, the central door lock will be lock, the parking light gleam once, the system will give 21s nagative output for window closing.
- Universal specifications for DC 12V cars, fits any make or model.
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Press the unlock button once on the remote, the central lock will be unlocked and the parking light will gleam twice, LED stop blinking.
Press the lock button once, the central lock will be locked with the parking light gleam one, the LED indication will blink.
3. Car finding
① In arm status, press the lock button for 2 seconds, the flash light will gleam 10 times to reminding the car owner.
② In any status, press the locating button once, the parking light will gleams 10 times.
4. Trunk Release
① Press and hold the unlock button for 2’s to release the trunk.
② Press and hold the trunk button for 2’s, the flash light will gleam 3 time then the trunk will be released.
5. The trunk output +/-option
There are jumper for trunk release output “+”or “-” option, The factory setting , trunk release output is “+”, please check the diagram for option.
6. Central Door Locking System Time Option:
If it is electric central lock system , please plug in the jumper for 0.5’s, if it is pneumatic one please choose time 5’s .
7. Window rolling up (if your car with window closer module)
In Disarm status, press the button once, the central door lock will unlock, the parking light gleam once, the system will give 21’s negative output for window closing(a extra relay is needed for +output).
8. Central door lock automatically
① When moving and all door are closed well, press the button and on the remote, to lock or unlock the central door lock.
② When moving and all door are closed well, then press the foot-brake after 5 second, the central door lock will locked automatically, after parking and take off the key, the door will unlocked.
9. Code learning
1. Working voltage: 9-15V
2. Static current: ≦12mA
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I got the trunk open function wired up pretty easily but installing the actuator and getting it to work properly took a lot of troubleshooting.
Just google your car’s wiring diagram and find the right colors under your dash.
Connect the right color wires from your car to the Benvie’s wires, and in less than 30 mins I had a working system.
You will need some extra wire of your own, the wires in this kit are way too short.
My car is a 93 Del Sol and I hate using the key for the trunk and doors all the time. Now I have a button for my trunk and my driver side door. Eventually I’ll do the passenger side door too, but not a priority.
The hard part is removing panels and tucking the wires.
So in total, including the wiring, dash and side panel removal, troubleshooting, mounting lock/unlock actuators that cost like 5 bucks each, I probably spent like 4 hours. Lots of troubleshooting to get those actuators working properly every time you push the button, but the Benvie itself is easy to install and understand. Might be more difficult installing on a car that already comes with automatic door locks, but the actuators were easy to wire up following the wire diagram.
I recommended it to a friend who also hates using the key to open the door, he couldn’t believe how much I paid!
After a few hours of scratching my head I figured it out and got it installed and working correctly. I didn't connect the lights or horn because I actually don't want it flashing lights or honking when I lock/unlock via the keyfob. I was tempted to install the little LED light that flashes when armed but believe it or not I think that would attract even more attention to this crappy car. When I bought this kit the silver key fob option was .50 cents cheaper so I ended up with the silver key fobs. It was $15 at the time of purchase and right now it's $16. The key fobs look really nice, actually. Kind of funny for such a junky car.
Installed the kit on my 1995 E320 wagon with vacuum locks. Wired to the vacuum pump and used the flasher output for a 4 corner verification. Easy kit to install that comes with necessary diagram for pneumatic and electric locks.