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Old 07-24-2007, 02:05 PM   #11
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o.k i got the alarm to work with the dor trigger. it acyivates the alarm when ever the door handle is pulled and the interior lights turn on or if someone opens the door. so when i finished installing the door trigger i installed the hood and trunk pins as well. all is working fine when something is opened but when i disarm the alarm for some reason the door ,trunk and hood on my alarm remote flash and vlink as if they are open but they are all closed.. and when arm the alarm everything is fine on the remote with nothing blinking and the car showing secure..? can anyone help me with this... thanks.
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Im not sure why your alarm isnt detecting the hood and trunk properly, but how did you tap into the door switches?
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i took the negative trigger wire from my alarm and i tapped it into the white wire in my door jam and it works fine..

im confused as to why it works when its armed but dont detect them closed while its unarmed..?
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Did you use the door trigger for anything else other than the doors ?
Did you use the same trigger for say the hood or trunk (all together on the same wire as the doors) ?

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no i did not..

the door trigger goes to the drivers door
and the hood and trunk have their own pin triggers that i installed and now the hood and trunk work fine its just the door that keeps blinking now..?
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