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Electrical box under dash (pn 136-2268 with some wires cut and some connectors not connected. What is it? and what wires go where?

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That black plasict box with part number P/N: 136-2268 is a Audiovox car alarm brain. On one side it should have 4 individual connector slots. First one is a blue color for a 2 prong, second is a small white with 2 prongs, third is also white whith a 4 prong, and the last one is 2 prong is a off white color. The other side should have a long port for a 11 prong horizontal connector.

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Anyone know the model number of the alarm ( part number136-2375 ) to match a remote to it .... Thanks

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Anyone know the model number of the alarm ( part number136-2268 ) to match a remote to it .... Thanks

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