206cc boot unlock with plip, mux 2003 model, anyone done it?

Discussion in 'Peugeot 206' started by Dave Plumb, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. Dave Plumb

    Dave Plumb Guest

    The 206cc plip will only lock, not unlock the boot. In order to unlock the
    boot, you need to use the key every time :( I'm trying to mod this on my
    2003 mux model, I wondered if anyone else had done it and suceeded and can
    give me some pointers?

    These instructions (in German) explain how to do this on the 2001/2002
    models (non mux) and suggest on that model they ground the "unlock" side of
    the boot actuator and only connect up the +12v pulse to the "lock" side of
    it. Restoring (re-running) the "unlock" pulse wire to the BSI restores this.
    One of the mods given here adds a microswitch so the boot only unlocks
    without the key when the roof is up.

    http://www.ccfreunde.de/apportal/main.php?module=bastelecke206&c=bastelecke2
    06&artid=68
    http://www.ccfreunde.de/apportal/main.php?module=bastelecke206&c=bastelecke2
    06&artid=51

    I had a quick look at mine and the two cables disappear into the loom down
    the left hand side with a yellow/green and light brown cable (numbers
    10425/2010 and 21/0710). I ran out of time to look further for now but if
    anyone has any pointers I'd be grateful. I'm just conscious on the mux model
    they may have run both wires back to the BSI and disabled the feature in
    software.

    Cheers
    Dave
     
    Dave Plumb, Nov 8, 2004
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  2. Dave Plumb

    Mindwipe Guest

    : The 206cc plip will only lock, not unlock the boot. In order to unlock the
    : boot, you need to use the key every time :( I'm trying to mod this on my
    : 2003 mux model, I wondered if anyone else had done it and suceeded and can
    : give me some pointers?
    :
    : These instructions (in German) explain how to do this on the 2001/2002
    : models (non mux) and suggest on that model they ground the "unlock" side
    of
    : the boot actuator and only connect up the +12v pulse to the "lock" side of
    : it. Restoring (re-running) the "unlock" pulse wire to the BSI restores
    this.
    : One of the mods given here adds a microswitch so the boot only unlocks
    : without the key when the roof is up.
    :
    :
    http://www.ccfreunde.de/apportal/main.php?module=bastelecke206&c=bastelecke2
    : 06&artid=68
    :
    http://www.ccfreunde.de/apportal/main.php?module=bastelecke206&c=bastelecke2
    : 06&artid=51
    :
    : I had a quick look at mine and the two cables disappear into the loom down
    : the left hand side with a yellow/green and light brown cable (numbers
    : 10425/2010 and 21/0710). I ran out of time to look further for now but if
    : anyone has any pointers I'd be grateful. I'm just conscious on the mux
    model
    : they may have run both wires back to the BSI and disabled the feature in
    : software.
    :
    : Cheers
    : Dave
    :
    :
    i understand why but to be honest if you upset the bsi in any way whatsoever
    you will end up in deep shit
    i know some people have done this but there are several versions of the bsi
    with different versions of software installed
    i would leave it
    but thats just my opinion
     
    Mindwipe, Nov 13, 2004
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  3. Dave Plumb

    Dave Plumb Guest

    whatsoever you will end up in deep shit

    Well that's true but it's a pain in the rear that it doesn't unlock with the
    plip when there's no good reason why not.

    I think the idea was that the car locked with the roof down (deadlocks off)
    could be opened by pulling the door lock up and then the boot would be open.
    But it takes 20 seconds to put the roof back on you'd be a moron to leave
    the car unattended with the roof off anyway, it's an excuse for someone to
    fill your car with rubbish!

    Volts is volts though, the BSI shouldn't be too upset, it has to provide the
    12v to open the door actuators, why not the boot too?

    Cheers,
    Dave
     
    Dave Plumb, Nov 14, 2004
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    Maverick Guest

    test
     
    Maverick, Nov 30, 2004
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