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 Post subject: Alarm install
Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 9:11 pm 
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hey i am installing an alarm and imboilizer into my out dated EA to keep up with the times

now all im having trouble with now is

where to connect the ACC ( accesories) and on trigger wires to im thinking the fuel pump but im working on the drivers side where would be best to acess the fuel pump wiring ive found a thick black wire running under the carpet i just thought someone may know which wire in that bundle is fuel etc

im really keen on coil or fuel so i can hear the theifs at night if they target my baby

yes i know if i connect into my coil i will need to use a relay for safety

just saves me using a multimeter

also i have read the tecnical documents etc

also is there any where inside the cabin where i can connect the indicators to for the "flasher' ive tried connecting up where the hazard switch was and for some reason the car turned onto the on
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 Post subject: Re: Alarm install
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 4:14 am 
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This should help you with the indicators..

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picked up from the loom under the steering column.

I'll give you a tip that I learned as an alarm fitter. Never connect a wire without testing unless you can actually see where it goes. I've seem to many instances where a color that was supposed to be one thing that was something else to ever risk grabbing a color out of the big main body loom and assuming it's the fuel pump on someones say so.
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 Post subject: Re: Alarm install
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 4:45 pm 
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frankieh wrote:
This should help you with the indicators..

Image

picked up from the loom under the steering column.

I'll give you a tip that I learned as an alarm fitter. Never connect a wire without testing unless you can actually see where it goes. I've seem to many instances where a color that was supposed to be one thing that was something else to ever risk grabbing a color out of the big main body loom and assuming it's the fuel pump on someones say so.



Thank you so much for that


now all thats left is the 2 wires where to connect up the ACC and ON , then im done oh and horn /siren

sent you a pm any way thank you
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 Post subject: Re: Alarm install
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:46 pm 
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EF_wanabe wrote:
frankieh wrote:
This should help you with the indicators..

Image

picked up from the loom under the steering column.

I'll give you a tip that I learned as an alarm fitter. Never connect a wire without testing unless you can actually see where it goes. I've seem to many instances where a color that was supposed to be one thing that was something else to ever risk grabbing a color out of the big main body loom and assuming it's the fuel pump on someones say so.



Thank you so much for that


now all thats left is the 2 wires where to connect up the ACC and ON , then im done oh and horn /siren

sent you a pm any way thank you


Answered your PM (Yellow with blue stripe for ACC from memory).
Why do you need horn AND siren?

I've never hooked up the horn to a real alarm before.
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 Post subject: Re: Alarm install
Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 5:52 pm 
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ok thanks for that

ya il let the horn slide

now ive just got to do the ACC /ON

then fix up my screw up on the indicator stalk so not looking forward to it
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