wireless door lock project, where to start?

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gsean430

Joined Jun 5, 2015
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My car door locks work great.. But there is something wrong with my car key fob or the reciever end, found a wireless relay on ebay with a keychain remote and i want to Install it to my lock and unlock switch. so i can manually unlock and lock my doors with the wireless remote. It would be great also incase i ever leave my keys in the car.

http://m.ebay.com/itm/DC-12v-10A-relay-1CH-wireless-RF-Remote-Control-Switch-Transmitter-Receiver-/221283333405

This is the relay remote that i bought, do i just tap into the switch wires? Find the positive and negative?
 

ScottWang

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