Highlights from the full instruction
sheet that comes with every kit. For other questions, contact us or post in
The Wolf Miata Forum.
Ensure that the car’s battery is disconnected (as advised in the
Locate the wiring access points. Remove the two screws holding
the internal fuse box shown in photo 1 and lower it down.
1. Drop fuse box
the hole near the fuse box, shown in Photo 2.
2. Access door and mounting
3. Access next to heater.
2) Run the harness. Plug the blue control box onto the
harness. The five-pin connector will only fit one way and the
remaining pin is for the black ground wire. Mount the blue control
box near to the steering column. Run the shortest wire to the
driver’s door and the longest to the opposite door.
wiring harness for the locking has to be run through the tubing
between the body of the car and the door. This can be quite awkward
and care should be taken. We find it easier to run one stiff wire
through first. Then tape the other wires to this wire and carefully
pull them through. A lubricant such as a liquid silicon-based polish
will also help.
Install the Motor Assemblies. The photos show the left door.
Installation to the opposite door is a mirror image.
3) Drill the mounting points. Cut out the templates and
stick them to the door as shown in photo 4. Drill 1/8” (3.2mm) at
positions “A” and “B” and then remove the templates.
Fit the motor assemblies. The motors are handed and must be
installed as shown in photo 5.
5) Electrical connections. Connect the wiring on the
motors to the harness matching color to color.
Fit the clamps. Refit the plastic door seal at the top only,
cutting a slot for the rod to pass through.
Fit the clamps as shown in Photo 6 but only tighten the upper
screw. Do not yet seal the plastic at the bottom of the door.
7) Passenger door clamp alignment. With the inner handle
lock the door, it does not need to be closed. Now pull the motor
piston fully "out" and while holding this position tighten the
lower screw on the clamp.
Driver's door clamp alignment. Temporarily disconnect the red
and blue wire connections to the driver’s door motor.
Pull the motor piston fully "out" and then push it "in" very
slightly until it is just before the point where it unlocks the
other door. While holding this position, tighten the lower screw on
Refit the door panels. Remove the keys and close all doors. Test
the system from both outside with the key in the driver’s door and
inside using the lever.