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Help On Alarm Wiring

Discussion in 'Car Audio / Security / Electronic Accessories' started by Vietnamezeboi17, Jan 1, 2004.

  1. Vietnamezeboi17

    Vietnamezeboi17 Junior Member

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    Where can i find the Power Engine Break-Out Loop? and Do You Know Why When I Install My Auto Starter then i start the car then turn the key off the ACC still on?? Can someone Help?? :(
     
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    I don't know what you have going on. You should have the auto start wired so that if someone steps on the brake, or puts the car in gear the auto start will disengage. I haven't tried just turning the key to the on position and turning it off without moving the car. My alarm is advanced, so I know when the car goes to key power versus alarm power. When I get in, after using auto start, I turn the key to the on position. When I step on the brake, my doors lock, my parking lights go out, and my remote beeps.

    What do you have to do in order to get your ACC off?

    I have in my Honda,
    • 1. Main Positive Power(always hot)
    • 2. Main Ground(of course always negative)
    • 3. Power in the ON(engine running) position
    • 4. ACC#1 (certain dash functions, heater, etc)
    • 5. ACC#2 (Radio, Clock, etc.)
    It would be very easy to cross power somewhere, or maybe your alarm is fucked up.

    I have the Clifford Matrix RS 3.5
     
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