[200q20v] RKE wiring

Bernie Benz b.benz at charter.net
Wed Jun 2 11:10:31 EDT 2004


I just found this in my Drafts folder so apparently I neglected to FWD it to
you yesterday as promised.


> From: Bernie Benz <b.m.benz at prodigy.net>
> Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 18:31:18 -0800
> To: Rob Winchell <rbwinchell at yahoo.com>
> Cc: 200q20V mailing list <200q20v at audifans.com>
> Subject: Re: [200q20v] RKE wiring
> Rob, and the others expressing interest,
> Please excuse and bear with me, as my wiring documentation is 89 chassis
> based, for the CQ and 90Q-20V.  The circuits are the same but relay nos and
> wire colors differ, and the 200 schmetics are a bitch to follow, 89 is easy.
> Numbers ref: 200 Bentley, (pg #, current track #).
> 1. Alarm Horn Blow and Turn Signal Lites Flash w/ RKE input:
> (586,448) Insert a +pulse from the RKE pkg lite output, at term 6/86,
> anti-theft light warning relay, #17, aux relay panel.
> 2. RKE Lock/Unlock input to 200 anti-theft system:
> (584,436) Insert -Unlock pulse from RKE at T10b/9 (goes to T12a/3, alarm ctl
> unit)
> (584,442) Insert -Lock pulse from RKE at T10b/10 (goes to T12a/8, alarm ctl
> unit)
> T10b is the black top connector to the aux relay panel.
> 3. RKE Lock/Unlock input to 200 CLS, (Centeral Locking System):
> (577,366 & 368) The prewired RKE Lock/Unlock relay output circuit (see RKE
> instructions for use with Audi & MB vac locking systems, or my sketch) is
> inserted in the wire running from term 2, CLS left door switch to 4/FT, CLS
> motor.  This wire is easiest tapped, (cut and the new circuit spliced in) at
> (557,191) 8/31z Interior Light Delay Control unit, #3. aux relay panel. This
> tap should be made in the 1.0 G/BL wire before it reaches 8/31z, not after.
> (This is the error made by many in running the tap back to the CLS motor.)
> If you are not having enough fun, you can also wire the second channel of
> the RKE to remotely open the driver's window when the car is unlocked, as I
> have done but, in hindsite not worth the time.  Hang in there, the RKE results
are well worth it.
> Bernie
> Tuesday, November 20, 2001 12:04 PM
> I have done both of my Audis and have helped several others both on this
> list and on the 20V list.  There are write ups on both Chris Miller's web
> page and on the 20V list page <www.20v.org/20v/remote.htm>   I don't agree
> with some of their methods but if they work?   Never, never let a installer
> do the job!  They will screw up your wiring good, PO did that.  I have both
> cars using the same remote so we need carry only one remote for either car.
> The idea is to intergrate the RKE into the Audi alarm and door lock systems.
> This wiring is not as obvious and straight forward as it might seem.  I can
> send or fax to you the pertant wiring sketches.  For easy wiring and a
> cleaner job, spend a few more bucks and buy a RKE that has Lock and Unlock
> relays built into the unit, well worth it.  Must also be settable to longer
> output pulse lengths to work the Audi vacuum locking system.
> Hope this helps, let me know what else you need.
> Have not put a key in a doorlock for 2 years now.
> Bernie
>> From: Rob Winchell <rbwinchell at yahoo.com>
>> Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 08:33:26 -0800 (PST)
>> To: 200q20v at audifans.com
>> Subject: [200q20v] Keyless entry?
>> I recall talking about this a while back but can't
>> find my notes. I remember someone here had put in a
>> keyless entry system. Anyone?
>> Thanks,
>> Rob Winchell
>> 200q20v

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