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I took an alarm off of my 1993 honda accord. how do i reconnect my starter wires back to my ignition

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When you disconnected the starter interrupt relay, you have to reconnect the two large wires(black/white stripe) on the car's ignition harness, that the relay was connected to, back together. That is your car's starter wire. I'm assuming that you're the one who removed the alarm from your car and you know what wire I'm talking about.

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