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Wire spliced and now alarm wont let car start.

Wire from alarm was spliced to install power windows. Now car wont start. alarm works fine but the car wont start.

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  • Wilson Martinez Jun 05, 2010

    What car are you working with Year/Model /Made and the alarm
    remote start made/ model you installing, then what is the wire you spliced.

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You will need to diode isolate the wiring that was spliced. It is backfeeding into the starter diasable circuit, and causing the vehicle not to start.

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