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If the vehicle has power door locks it's not a big deal. You can use a system like the one below. It's currently $35 from JC Whitney If you don't have factory power locks it gets more complicated. You will need to install door lock actuators, either aftermarket or factory. You could get the actuators, linkages and such from a junk yard, sometimes easier ...
It would be possible, but as Brian Knoblauuch has pointed out it would not be a viable undertaking. The cost would probably be greater then another vehicle of the same age with remote key access on board.
Yes, but the amount of effort and money depends on if it has power door locks, and if it's a manual or automatic transmission.
Unless the harness is damaged, the problem is most likely to be amongst the engine ECU, immobiliser transponder, or instrument panel control module. Prelimanary checks should be fuses, relays, and connecting plugs correctly fitted. Don't be too hard on the techs involved as a fault of this type can be a long and drawn out affair, but could be simply a fuse ...
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