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sullivan91 
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CHALL and CHTH2 Should be here soon. Will report back when and if I need any help.
sullivan91 
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another question, CHALL comes in monday or so next week. but how do I tell if I have a Starter (+) present or not? the CHTH2 says something about this...
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you test with a meter.
A DMM is a beautiful thing.
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sullivan91 
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So if I look familiar I am, from here:
https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp~TID~125243~PN~1
I got it all hooked up, or at least the alarm portion. Remote start is tomorrow hopefully if the weather is nice.
Right now, I don't like the LED status light, why does it blink when I am driving? It is very annoying. Alarm works great.
Except right now i can bump it with my body and it doesn't go off?
I am about to install a field disturbance but I would rather have the alarm sensitivity working first. I think its on level 15??? Any help?
JWorm 
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sullivan91 wrote:
Right now, I don't like the LED status light, why does it blink when I am driving? It is very annoying. Alarm works great.
Because you have not hooked up all the required wires. The "remote start" wires you refer to contain the ignition input of the alarm. The alarm is flashing the led to tell you what zone was triggered last, and it won't reset until it sees the ignition turn on.
sullivan91 
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Ok I hooked up the pink wire with the yellow wire on the chall and it stopped the issue. Now I need to hook up the mux wire and stuff with a relay, I need help though.
sullivan91 
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bump
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What help do you need? The CHALL instructions are pretty clear right down to the pole of the relay they should be attached to.
Need to be more specific.
sullivan91 
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No. Possibly a resistor is needed and I need to find this out.
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For the parking lights you must keep the RS on a negative trigger and put it through a 1.1K resistor at the Parking light switch.

Diagram and wire colors can be found on www.bulldogsecurity.com

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