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gt30shawn 
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     I am currantly trying to instal a python 574 in a 97 acura integra,    I have done alarms before so I pretty much have that part taken care of the only problem I have is the 10 pin remote starter wiriing.

 I know the starter kill part (violet, green) but after that im stuck......can someone help me out?

howie ll 
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97 Integra has ignition BLACK / YELLOW to pink.
Starter BLACK/ white, cut then green to key side and violet to starter side.
You also have two ACC wires, yellow and BLACK/ white I believe, one is for the radio the other is for HVAC you need your ACC output for the radio ACC and use your ignition 2 for the other.
Remember to power up i.e. connect red, RED / black and RED / white, I believe there's another red for the alarm but I'm assuming you've already connected that.
Tach is a single blue wire going to a double terminal plug in engine bay loom at suspension strut. Can't tell you which side, ours are on the right, or rear of instrument cluster same colour, going obviously to your tach gauge.
Again ours of this year would need an immobiliser by-pass don't know if yours do.
BLACK/ white NSS, grounded via parking brake switch. Pick-up at warning light in instrument panel.
Also look up vehicle wiring here or Ready remote or Bulldog sites.
gt30shawn 
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  I will give it a shot

Thanks

gt30shawn 
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 I am asumming the red, RED / black, RED / white all go to 12v constant correct?

howie ll 
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Yes, white on ignition feed.
N.B. If this is a manual, you might have to do a clutch by-pass, check the archive on this site re Civic or Integra, your year.
t&t tech 
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Can't remember ever doing clutch bypass on that year integra. Howard.......it's been a while.
howie ll 
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And how are you Darren..by that way, that year in Europe would have had a factory immobiliser.
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I had a 97 Integra back in the day. Clutch bypass is required. The OEM relay for the clutch is located in the drivers side kick panel area. I just did the starter kill there since it's after the clutch switch.
If you decide to get the starter wire in the main harness you will need to send a (-) when cranking output to one of the wires at the connector at the clutch switch. The wire on the Python will be a skinny purple wire.
howie ll 
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Sorry for my ignorance, in the UK that vehicle would have needed a by-pass, clutch switches only came here about 06.
Bloody stupid woman in the US claiming her Audi "slipped into reverse all on its own running over her child".
Bloody Poles stealing German cars in the late 80s early 90s.
If it wasn't for them, no interlocks or by-passes.
t&t tech 
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I've been ok howard, how've you been, switched jobs recently, installing still, but more on the tracking systems than alarms, agreed on the integra.
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