Ok, Ryan posted up looking for info on door poppers/solenoids. One of things mentioned was where to place the buttons. If you use a remote, sure sucks when the batteries go bad (or you fall in a lake and fry it). If you use a button in your grill or under a fender, guys will see it and know where it is. If you put a button under the car and hit it with your feet, your shoes get dirty, so what do you use? How about MAGIC? Or at least your friends will think so. First thing you do is find a magnetic switch or sensor. These come in all grades from super cheap to holy cow. What we most often use is an alarm sensor found at any home building store. If you pay more than $5, you got screwed. They look close to my first pic. There are 2 pieces, one has magnets inside it (it wont be strong enough, pitch it), the other piece has 2 screws for wires. That’s the part you need, sensor for each door, or 1 to open both, or if you want to get real fancy, one for each door and a third to do both doors at once. You also need a Bosch type relay for each switch. Find a place ANYWHERE inside your car that is only 1 layer thick sheet metal to put your magnetic sensor. It can be inside your headliner under the roof skin, it can be inside your door, it can be inside your trunk, ANYWHERE. Mount the magnetic sensor, however you see fit. If you can screw it to something, great, sometimes even JB Weld is used. Ok, now we start wiring. Follow along it is easy. Find a 12V (+) source on your fuse box that is constant on. Run a wire (doesn’t have to be heavy gauge as it is the relay wire) from the fuse box to the magnetic switch. Run another wire from the other side of the switch to the Bosch relay to pole marked 86 (see pic #2). Then run a power wire from post 87 on the relay to your door “popper/solenoid”. Post 30 goes to fused power and post 85 goes to ground. Wiring is done. Now, here is the magic. Use a strong earth magnet, or a “cow magnet” (pic #3) in your hand and wave it over the magnetic sensor. That click you hear is your door solenoid. If you use a strong magnet, you never touch paint, and it you are good at hiding the magnet in your hand, your friends will NEVER figure it out.