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Old 11-10-2003, 01:06 PM   #11
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Looks like the airbag has gone off, or atleast it was opened up.
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About the alarm. I hooked it up to the courtesy lights for a trigger. Then you can output it to either your horn or to a siren. (I have it to the horn). It also can disable your starter via a relay. Also when it goes off it sends a wavering tone through the speakers.

It'* not anymore difficult than any other alarm, they are all just a pain.

Yes it runs independent of the factory alarm, I have it in my truck now. I went with an Alpine HU for the Bonney.
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Thats pretty sweet, i wish the factory alarm on my '94 would have starter kill incorporated into it.. Guess they didn't see the logic in that for a security system 9 years ago.. Oh well
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You should have a starter kill on your factory, I do on my '90.

Set off the alarm and try to start it, see if works.
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Yes our cars use a VATS system. You'll need to have this incorporated into the install, they know how to bypass it at install stores for you.
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YUP. My bags were blown when I first got the car. It doesn't look like that anymore though. Looks much better with a bag that'* not blown. Will get a fresh pic as soon as I vacuum it out (NEEDS TO BE VACUUMED NOW!!!)
I personally wouldn't buy another one of these Pioneer 1.5 DIN units. They aren't that big of a problem unless you are looking for some clean sound. They have lots of nice features (I only have the 47) and with the 77 you also get a remote, dual pre-outs, DFS alarm, and one or two other things I can't think of.
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They dont come with a holder for the faceplate, and you wont find one aftermarket too. They do bolt up nice though, but for the same money you can get a nicer unit with a nicer screen, and more features.
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Your both right, thats exactly why i ddint buy and isodin for mine, just not enough for the money, hell i could get a single din eclipse for a little bit more than that
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My friend installed the pioneer cd player for me. It took him all of 20 minutes. I am very pleased with the appearance and functionality of this unit. I'm having a blast burning cd'* on my pc and enjoying them in my car.
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Hows the sound quality? You got subs hooked up to it? Using the internal amp?

Im getting ready to order two Infinity® Perfects™ from Ikesound.com® (sorry if I'm not allowed to post that name here) just trying to figure out PayPal®.
Its going to be sick can't wait until i get them
Im getting a dual sealed enclosure from Futureshop® on friday when we go to Sudbury® this weekend.

That Pioneer® deck might be the last thing i can do now because i had to buy a new rim for $125 +shipping...
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