Question about Car Audio & Video
What we are going to do is locate where the alarm is intercepting the power to the starter and bypass it. Essentially putting the start circuit back the way it was before the alarm was installed.
The alarm brain is usually either under the hood or under the dash zip tied to the steering column (so it can detect vibration to the ignition).
You need to find it.
Once it is located, there will be a legend on it telling you which wires do what. It will also probably be where you can't read it. No biggie if you can't. If you can, you're looking for start kill or disable.
What you are looking for are two wires, probably the same color. One is coming from the steering column (ignition switch). The other going to the starter. There is a relay (either internal or external to the brain) that disables the starter. These wires, when you find them, need to be connected each other.
Different cars, makes and models have different colors wires. You'll know them.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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