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Old 09-08-2004, 01:09 AM   #21
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hmm thats odd that the diagrams are different...thanks for the detailed info
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Old 09-08-2004, 10:29 PM   #22
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Let'* compare notes:

H1/1 No connection
H1/2 Brown; above driver’* hush panel above gas pedal
H1/3 No connection
H1/4 Optional. Input to relay, output to same wire as H1/5
H1/5 White. Underdash light. **other details**
H1/6 No connection
H1/7 No connection
H1/8 Ground
H1/9 No connection
H1/10 To siren red wire
H1/11 Red; Steering column harness. May be combined with either red wire from heavy gauge inline connector key switch interface
H1/12 Input to relay for trunk release. Output to (need confirmation) behind left kick panel

H2/1 Lt green; Left kick or door jamb boot
H2/2 No connection (?)
H2/3 Option; input to relay for ch 4
H2/4 Option; input to relay for ch 5
H2/5 No connection
H2/6 Option; input to relay for 2nd stage unlock

Door lock harness, 3-pin connector
1 black (may be white); left kick or door jamb boot
2 No connection
3 light blue; left kick or door jamb boot

Remote start primary harness, 7-pin connector
This just plugs into the module and into the satellite relay

Heavy gauge inline connector key switch interface
1 Cut yellow wire; connect to “starter” side; steering column harness
2 Cut yellow wire; connect to “key” side; steering column harness
3 Red; steering column harness
4 Orange; steering column harness
5 Pink; steering column harness
6 2nd red or red/white; steering column harness
7 No connection; **other details**
8 No connection; **other details**

Remote start secondary harness (H3),5-pin connector
H3/1 Status input wire of Bulldog 791
H3/2 To hood pin switch. Can use factory switch if diode isolated
H3/3 Light blue; at brake switch above drivers hush panel
H3/4 White or violet/white at ICM
H3/5 No connection
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I need conformation on the trunk release wire, I think it'* either black or purple/yellow. I have never needed to connect a factory re-arm. I don't think you'll need it but again will need conformation.

The ones labled **other details** will require a lot more information that can be discussed as needed. You also have many options, most of which you will not use. Specific wiring for those options can also be discussed as needed.

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Old 09-13-2004, 12:19 AM   #23
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horray im done with the install and the alarm is awesome only downfall is that the bulldog vats bypass doesnt learn the code so im gonna have to build a resistor and relay deal oh well other than that everything works. the remote start works because I tested it with the key in the ignition and everything works awesome!
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Great job. Now your car can be secure and you'll be comfy come the colder weather.
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Could you help me out with mine again someday soon? or do i pretty much have all of the info i need on the last post that you linked to here?
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Could you help me out with mine again someday soon? or do i pretty much have all of the info i need on the last post that you linked to here?
I'd be glad to help you if you still need it.

i was going to do an alarm/remote start 101 tutorial with pics soon. Taking advantage of my interior still being disassembled. There are some things going on with my employer so plans may be changing very quickly, though.
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Default I just installed the viper 790

This alarm is is pretty cool, added a motorcycle kick stand alarm sensor to my alarm. If my alarm is set and the car gets lifted in any degree up or down or sideways it sets it off, i added this feature beacuse i have seome aftermarket 18" rims. If anybody has any questions feel free to email me.
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This alarm is is pretty cool, added a motorcycle kick stand alarm sensor to my alarm. If my alarm is set and the car gets lifted in any degree up or down or sideways it sets it off, i added this feature beacuse i have seome aftermarket 18" rims. If anybody has any questions feel free to email me.
That'* gotta suck if you park on a hill, no?
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I belive the alarm/sensor will have some leway, and may learn from the posistion at which the alarm was armed.. otherwise yeah, you may not be able to park on hills.


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does the motorcycle kick stand sensor work the same way as mercury sensors?
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