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newburgfdz71 
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ok i have attempted my first alarm/keyless entry and it went well and im sitting here lookin at the install manual for my clifford 50.7x alarm/ remote start that im installing in my 1998 bmw 328i and in the book it says that there is a (+) ignition 1 input/output, a (+) fused ignition 2/ flex relay input 87, a (+) fused ignition 1 input, and a (+) ignition 2/ flex relay output. now how do i wire these 4 wires up. i have never hooked up a remote start before and i was hoping to do this myself instead of payin someone a couple hundred to install it for me.
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A couple hundered bucks for labor? What did you pay for the alarm? Whats your time worth?

Add it all up and ask yourself..... is my car worth this? OR MORE?

Pay, have it done by a pro.

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Pink on alarm to light green.
Green on alarm to key side of cut starter wire light GREEN/ black.
Purple (violet) on alarm to starter side of light GREEN/ black.
Pink/white on alarm to purple.
Red, RED / white and RED / black to RED / blue, RED / green at ignition and fuse.
All in ignition lead.
Is this an E36 or E46?
newburgfdz71 
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this is an e36
newburgfdz71 
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Red, RED / white and RED / black to RED / blue, RED / green at ignition and fuse this is for a constant 12v + right so then i could connect the Red, RED / white and RED / black pretty much to any fused constant 12v+ supply right

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OK there are full instructions for this car in the vehicle wiring section on this site, tach is black behind the instrument panel on one of the plugs going into the gauges.
newburgfdz71 
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i understand that the tach is black by what the wiring database on the web site states ut what im wonderings is the red, RED / black, and RED / white wires are they a constant 12v+ wire
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Yes which is why I told you to solder them to the red wires in the ignition loom.

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