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I disconnected the wires to the sears solid state digital control for the keypad 31d302a. Where do i reconnect the wires. 2 low voltage wires.

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SOURCE: Peugeot 406 immobiliser keypad will not accept code

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the switch on the wall has to break the power to your fan and new light and the both must share but be switched independently at the fan. the 2 wires that the light were hooked up to should be tied to a pull chain and tied to the supply and not tied in with the wiring for the fan any longer

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