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Hi,  I have a Elise 2014 without central locking. I was told if I was to buy the central locking module 455, that I would only have ti plug it in and the central locking will then work.

Can anyone give me information to where it is situated in the car and how to get to it to instal it. My car is RHD.

Thanks.

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Assuming what you've been told is true see if you have a fuse in 22 which is the CDL circuit. It needs a 7.5 amp fuse. If you have one then see if you have wiring and lock actuators in the doors.

Just pull harder from the bottom. The sealing foam tends to get sticky.

Higher. Behind the air vent.  

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If there is a fault with your module, this guy gives great service:

https://www.technozen-electronics.co.uk/lotus-elise-cdl-module-repair/

When my module failed the modules were on back order so a new replacement wasn't even possible. Situation should  be better now, but it would be worth getting your old one repaired as a spare as they aren't the most robust device.

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So I have found the wires and plugged the central locking module in. Still not working. My car came without central locking and I was told I only needed this module and plug in.... Maybe I need more parts or need to do something els. Any information much appreciated.. Thanks.

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Assuming what you've been told is true see if you have a fuse in 22 which is the CDL circuit. It needs a 7.5 amp fuse. If you have one then see if you have wiring and lock actuators in the doors.

 

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