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Adding keyless to existing central locking system?

I have a 2004 3 door Hyundai Getz which I bought 2nd hand and it has central locking but I am wanting to upgrade it to keyless/remote central locking.I'm wondering if it will be cheaper to buy a kit and get an auto elect or someone to do it or take it to a Hyundai dealership where it was purchased. (I have all the history.)Another thing is how long it would take or if it is easy enough to do yourself as my brother is good with stuff like this.I'm also in Australia if that helps too.Thanks!


Those clubs do not exist. That is just a comedy skit he's doing from a script created.
None of these people know anything at all.. That's not what a 5 alarm fire means at all, it's not the rule for the numbering system. There are one-alarm, 2-alarm, 3-alarm fires, and so on.. These days the term multi-alarm fire is used. Nor does it mean the number of stations that are called to battle a blaze, although some cities may use a number of firehouses to respond to multi-alarm designations, however the number of alarm does not indicate the number of stations responding..For example a three alarm fire means that there was a serious accident, such as someone is severely injured or dead. Even a single firehouse can combat a 5-alarm fire.

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