Perfectionist Auto Sound and Security in Anchorage is well known for our remote start and security system installations. Did you know that adding power locks to vehicles without power lock control is an option? Adding power door locks is a popular option for older vehicles and work trucks. Read on to find out how we can give you remote control over the security of your vehicle.
You are watching: Where can i get power locks installed in my car
Vehicles with Factory Door Lock Control
When our installation team installs a remote car starter, security system, or keyless entry system on a vehicle with power door lock control installed from the factory, we send an electrical signal out from the brain of the unit. This signal goes to the motor in the door, or the vehicle ECU to tell it when to lock and unlock. In some vehicles, the door locks are controlled by the factory alarm system. They lock and unlock as we arm or disarm the system.
What if you do not have Power Locks?
If your vehicle does not have power locks, we can add a device called a door lock actuator to control the door locks in each of your doors mechanically. These actuators, sometimes called door lock poppers or door lock solenoids, are mounted securely in each door and are controlled by our system controller.
You still have full manual control over the lock mechanism in the vehicle. Your key or the lever inside the vehicle will still function normally, even after we have installed actuators.
What Else Can We Control?
If you have a lock on the hatch of your SUV, we can control that with a solenoid as well. We can piggyback on rear hatch release switches to make loading cargo easier. If your vehicle does not have a power trunk release, we can add a different kind of solenoid to pop your trunk from your remote control. There is no limit to what we can connect to and control with a Compustar remote starter or security system.
Some drivers like to have their doors locked while driving. We can even configure your door locks to lock when you start moving, then unlock when you stop the vehicle and turn off the ignition.
Alaska’s Best Installation
The installation staff at Perfectionist Auto Sound and Security are the best in Alaska. Whether we are installing a remote keyless entry system on a brand-new vehicle equipped with every power option available, or we are adding a remote starter and security system with power door locks and power trunk release to an older vehicle. Our team regularly attends training sessions. We stay at the leading edge of technologies and processes that will increase the performance and reliability of the systems we install. We employ a two-man check-in/check-out process to ensure the system we install in your vehicle will function reliably for years.
Add Security and Convenience at Perfectionist Auto Sound and Security
When it comes time to shop for a remote starter, security system or keyless entry system for your car, truck or SUV, we invite you to visit Perfectionist Auto Sound and Security in Anchorage. We would be happy to show you all the options available for your vehicle. We will provide an obligation-free quote to install the system. For more information about our remote starter and security system installations, give us a call or send us an e-mail.
Search our Installs and ArticlesSearch our Installs and ArticlesSelect CategoryARTICLESBackup SafetyBluetoothCar AudioCarTech4YouClassic Car AudioCollision AvoidanceCustom FabricationDriver SafetyFEATURED INSTALLATIONSINSTALLATIONSIntegrationJeep AccessoriesKeyless EntryLaser ShiftersLeather InteriorsLightingMarine AudioMobile VideoMotorcycle AudioNavigationNew Category NameOUR FACILITYPerformancePRODUCTSRadar DetectorsRemote Car StartersRESOURCE LIBRARYSatellite RadioSmartphone IntegrationTruck AccessoriesUncategorizedUTV AudioVehicle SecurityWheels and Tires
Remote Car Starters
Let’s face it, Alaska gets downright cold. What others in the world consider cold is nothing like an Alaska winter. We know how cold things really …
Connect Without WiresAt Perfectionist Auto Sound & Security, we are experts in connecting your personal devices wirelessly to your car over …
How Does a Car Audio Amplifier Work – The Class AB Output Stage
As we continue our look at how car audio amplifiers work, let’s discuss how the classic Class AB amplifier output stage works and explain why it’s …
Tools of the Trade – The RTA
Our series on the tools that are important to test and configure car audio system upgrades moves to the topic of the real-time audio analyzer, also …
How Does a Car Audio Amplifier Work? – The Class D Output Stage
As we continue our look at how at how car audio amplifiers work, we need to discuss what has become the most popular design on the market today: …
Is Turning Up the Bass on Your Car Stereo a Good Idea?
If there’s one thing that can add emotion and excitement to your music, it’s adding a little more bass. Bass frequencies, especially those below 80 …
Tools of the Trade – The Oscilloscope
Our series of articles on what tools are important to test and configure a car audio system upgrade moves on to the oscilloscope. Tools like digital …
2011201320152016201820192020AmplifiersAndroid AutoApple CarPlayAudiAudisonBackup CamerasBluetoothChevroletCompustarDroneDroneMobileFirstechFordGMCHeated SeatsHertzJeepKatzkinLED LightingLight BarsMercedes-BenzMorelPioneerRadiosRamRigid IndustriesSierraSilveradoSonySound DeadeningSoundshieldSpeakersSprinterSubaruSubwoofersToyotaTwo-Way RemotesVolkswagen