Question about Mazda MX-5 Miata
I lost the remote... The aIarm "SEEMS" like would be easy to remove, I pulled the two long, rectangle connector plugs from the alarm, there's three or four more small connectors on the other side of the black carbine alarm box under the steering collum. they have two wires apiece that look like can be unplugged and plugged into a another connector that seems to be where they go. would someone who knows give me a heads up? I didn't look for the place where the two rectangle connectors go, but I believe they will plug into two matching recepticles? Please correct me if I"m wrong!!!
If this alarm was fitted after the car was made then these wires will make connection's to the vehicle's wiring 'you wont find a matching connection, just trace the path of these wires and i expect you will find that where they connect it will be where ONE wire has been cut and each end connected to the alarms wiring ie to cut the power to the injection/fuel pump to stop vehicle being started,one of these connectors will be for power supply and earth so check with voltmeter first then trace and dissconnect, a bit of patiance and all will be good keep me posted if you wish
Posted on May 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just forget about that plug! It will not unplug without plenty help! Check the connection at the starter solenoid. Check for power, cleanup the terminal, fire your baby up! Frankster016
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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