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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spy car alarm manual
Forget the advice on how to steal a car. It's pointless and does nothing to answer your question. I suppose alicantecoli is proud of his abilities (I used to be too, but I don't do that anymore), however he is a fool if he thinks a 2-Way alarm is useless. While it may only take him minutes to disarm the alarm (waaaaay too long), with a 2-Way system & GPS tracking it would only take me seconds to find it again. Or you could use the silent alarm feature, allow the car to be stolen and immobilise it in the middle of the road. Beside all of this, a simple set of relays properly wired to monitor the alarm system power status can turn those few minutes into an hour or two. Anyway, to your question.
The install manual for the (rebranded) Spy 2-Way Car Alarm is a pathetic chinglish translation printed on a single sheet. It would do you no good unless you have some experience with electronics, and a working knowledge of your car's wiring. That being said, here's the wire colours for you:
Purple : A/C
Central Locking - it depends on the type as to how you wire it...
Brown: Flash Lights
Brown2: Flash Lights
R/Black: Trunk/boot release
Red: Window roll-up
Green: Side-door + trigger
Blue: Side-door - trigger
Yellow: Engine cut-off
2-Pin White: LED
2-Pin Black: Temp. Sens.
3-Pin White: Shock Sens.
3-Pin Black: Microwave Sens.
These four plug in in this order: 2PW, 3PB, 2PB, 3PW
Inside the unit (under the sliding cover on the top) there are three jumper settings: Elec/Pneu CL, Lights Flash/No Flash, Auto-arm/No auto. The first of each pair is the default setting.
Hope this helps. That, honestly, should be all you need. If you do need more info, then please DO NOT TRY TO INSTALL THIS ITEM YOURSELF. As it says on the manual, "Install the system by a professional people."
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
SOURCE: Disarm car alarm
first off ill assume the alarm goes off and oviously you have no remote. first disconnect the negative ground (black wire on your battery) so you can work with out the alarm going off.
the "brain" of the alarm should be located on the drivers side underneath the dash, go underneath and look for a small black box zip tied into place with wirescoming into it that looks like it shouldnt be there. it should have crimestoppers inscribbed into it.
there will be wires clipped into the brain, disconnect these and your alarm is deactivated.
to remove, trace wires to where they tie in, cut off wire that leads to brain leaving origonal facory vehicle wire there, and tape over cause you dont want anything to ground out. once you have done this, reconnect the negative, and your good to go
Posted on May 11, 2009
i have an 02 WRX my alarm keepes going off and i cant start my car and it keeps honking and honkin this viper system cam with the car n there is no button to press my blue button is flashing n my car is honking loud ! help! RPN 473V
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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