Highlights from the full instruction
sheet that comes with every kit. For other questions, contact us or post in
The Wolf Miata Forum.
Note: For factory-fitted power lock systems, you will only need
to fit an actuator to the driver’s door and not to the passenger’s
1) Operate the door lock to find the factory connecting rod that
joins the door latch to the “L” shaped pivot arm. Locate the factory
mounting points shown in photos 1 and 3 as “A” and “B.”
2) Photo 2 shows the motor assembly and its connecting rod in front
of the right-side door at the position that it mounts to inside the
3) Hook the connecting rod on to the actuator.
Attach it at positions “A” and “B” (as
shown in photo 3) with two ˝” (13 mm) self-tapping screws. (Click
image for larger view.)
If your vehicle has factory-fitted power locks, you must first
unplug the factory wires coming from the lock in the driver’s door
and secure these before plugging in our wires. However, our two
wires must be reversed. Connect Red to Blue and Blue to Red!
Carefully plug in the small wiring harness to both the motor and
the factory connector that is in the door. Secure all joints with
insulating tape and cable tie the wiring to ensure it will not catch
on any moving parts. Match red to red and blue to blue.
Lock the door and then push the motor’s piston fully downwards. Hold
this position and then clamp the two connecting rods together.
5) The power locking must now be connected to either the Keyless
Entry Module or the Alarm system depending on your choice of
FRONT VIEW OF CONNECTOR
MATCH WIRES COLOR TO COLOR
A=ORANGE B=BLUE/YELLOW D=RED
Note: If your vehicle does not have the factory fitted
connector shown in Photograph 3 you will need to install an extra
harness. Locate the sleeving that takes the wiring from the car into
the door and carefully pull off the rubber cover on the door frame
to expose the connector shown in Photograph 6. The red and blue
wires plug into it as shown.