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GReddyboy 
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does anyone have an install manual for the oldschool clifford bullet 2 please thanks
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Clifford owners and wire guide is in the down load section now
GReddyboy 
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thank swamprat323, but I needed the install manual; because I need to know how to program the normally closed relay to normally open. Thats great you upload the manuals for the community to use. Clifford; before DEI bought them out had all their manuals posted up and I miss that. heh oh well thanks again
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what are you using the relay for? you cant prgram a relay. you can program the output on the unit to control what the relay will do.
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yes im trying to program the unit's armed output for the relay to operate in normally open configuration. Using it for ignition kill. thanks
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using a normally open configuration isnt the best option to use. i would use the normally closed. sometimes the normally open, if your unit is defective and doesnt send a ground, you will be stranded wheever you are.
GReddyboy 
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i rather take that risk than having a car stolen, which happens to most normally close relay configurations. Whats a point of having an alarm if it isn't effective? Plus the car it's going into does not have full coverage. I might install a back up switch in case if it does fail. Tedmond, have you personally seen a lot of NO relay configurations fail? Installing alarms isn't my profession so I wouldn't know.
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and what brand do you see that fails? As far as i know I think Clifford and Crimestopper are probably the only ones that has the NO for its immobilizer. Do you know of any more? Those are the ones I use for my own and family cars.
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umm any installer can link me to the install manual for the bullet 2?
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