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Im doing a remote starter on an 09 Nissan Maxima and i found the paperwork and it says that some wires for Ignition says low current so im wondering that is i install the viper 5901 i know that it throws 12 volts and i dont want to damage the car so how do i go about installing this system. Thanks in advance
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Which bypass are you planning to use?
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Follow the DB-All install guide for Type 1.  Make sure the DB-All is flashed with NISS03 firmware. 

The thick high current H3 output wires can be used and directly attached to the vehicles thin wires.  If you are concerned, you could add 5 Amp fuses in-line.  Just be aware that some of the vehicles wires specified are (+) and some are (-) and you must connect the correct wires from the Viper ( H3 or  Remote start auxiliary output, 5-pin connector or the new style H2 18 pin connector ) to the specified wire. 

Make sure the correct diodes are installed accoring to the diagram and install a weather sealed relay in the IPDM box.

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The wires are labeled low current just so you know that you do not need to add relays.  The wiring will only draw the current it requires.  You will not damage a low current wire by connecting a high current capacity wire. 

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