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How do i install a car alarm ? i need a picture of the wiring ?

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You will need a complete wiring diagram for the car. It takes about 5-8 hrs to complete depending on how many features the alarms has on it.

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im sure you cut the starter wire in the ignition switch. usually white. put it back and check. if it starts check the programming configuration of the black widow

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Steps to installing a car alarm system.
1. Mount the siren to a solid surface under the hood. Make sure that you point the horn of the siren toward the ground so that moisture won't affect the sound or horn.
2. Drill a hole through a rubber grommet in the firewall of the car and feed the sirens wire through the hole into the passenger compartment of the car.
3. Feed the power wire through the same hole on the passenger side. Make sure there is enough slack to reach the car's battery. 4. Connect the alarm's power wire to the battery.
5. Put a fuse on the power wire next to the battery.
6. Mount the shock sensor as described in the car alarm's manual.
7. Drill holes in the dash were you will want to place the LED status indicator. Feed the LED's wire through the hole and place the double-sided mounting tape to the back of the LED and place it over the hole in the dash.
8. Find the wires that work the car's power door locks.
9. Connect the door-lock relay to the lock/unlock wires and connect the alarm wire to the relay in the manner described by the tech advisor. 10. Locate the wire that works the courtesy light if the alarm has current sensing.
11. Connect the current sensing line from the alarm to the courtesy light wire.
12. Locate the factory door trigger if the alarm does not have current or voltage sensing.
13. Connect the factory door trigger to the alarm.
14. Locate the starter wire on the steering column below the starter switch. Cut the line and connect the starter disable relay. Connect the starter disable wire from the alarm to the relay.
15. Mount the valet switch somewhere under the dash.
16. Connect all the wires to the proper inputs and outputs of the alarm.
17. Find a sturdy surface under the dash and mount the module under the dash.
18. Use tie wraps to secure the wires of the harness and mount it under the dash.
19. Arm the alarm and test. Adjust the sensitivity as needed.

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Your best solution is to find out the exact model of alarm that was installed, and try to obtain the installation documentation, as well as get the manual for your car, and check that the woring of your alarm is correct for your model / make / year of car.

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ok this is what im going to have to say to this one and theres no way anyone can help over net in hooking wires this is a site on seen hands on serviceing for car alarms and it takes about 4 hours to install
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