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Crimestopper sp-101 car alarm

I am installing the alarm in a 92 Subaru svx LS, I have it all hooked up but the locks, I have tried Negative trigger and positive trigger. All My books say it is Negative trigger. Even if I put a test light up to the lock or unlock I still dont get power coming out of the alarm it self. When I hook the relays up I can get them to click but I have to power going out to the door locks.

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  • Kim Hertig
    Kim Hertig Dec 27, 2013

    Ok so I used my skill am I figured it out. there is a door chime box behind the glove box and under all the other modules. that you need to tap in to. it is a negative trigger you dont need any relays. if you need help I have pics and I can walk you through it. thanks for looking.

  • Vitally Alcher Dec 28, 2013

    why not hook it also to the horn relay

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