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Viper 3303 in a 60s Ford Mustang


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rdl212 
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Location: Canada
Posted: March 16, 2020 at 10:38 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote rdl212
Hello,
Let me preface this by saying that I have installed car alarms before(with good install instructions) but am by no means an expert - more of a novice. The installation directions with this Viper 3303 are poor at best.
I am installing the unit in a 60's Mustang and only want the unit to operate as a shock sensor/ open door alarm, and to control the power door locks (524N), and a power trunk switch. - The very basics. According to the following wiring diagram:
https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/downloads.asp?srch=all&term=3303
Am I correct in the following:
1. Wire H1/1 goes to my trunk release switch;
2. Wire H1/2 goes to 12v source
3. Wird H1/3 goes to Siren
4. Wire H1/4 - not sure what to hook this to or if it is needed?
5. Wire H1/5 - to ground
6. Wire H1/6 - connect the + wire of the door switch to this wire?
7. Wire H1/7 - un-used
8. Wire H1/8 - not sure if i need this or not?
9. Wire H1/9 - un-used
10. Wire H1/10 - un-used
11. Wire H1/11 - un-used
12 Wire H1/12 - un-used
Door lock harness - i think I can figure out with the on-board relays
Starter kill harness - no plan to use so not necessary?
GWA Mux Harness - don't even know what is for - but assume not necessary for my application?
Auxilary Harness - not necessary for my application?
Any help you can provide would be greatly greatly appreciated.
Thank You
Custom_Jim 
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Copper spacespace
Joined: November 28, 2003
Location: Missouri, United States
Posted: March 18, 2020 at 11:01 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote Custom_Jim
I have to think the trunk release wire needs to go to a relay which would then activate your electric trunk release.
I also think you would need to wire up the ignition and/or an accessory wire so that you can get into programming and/or be able to turn the alarm off should the remote fail ?.
Also if the old original 1960's door pin switches are in the car, maybe think about replacing them with new for reliability ?.
Jim
1968 Chevy II Nova Garage Find 2012
1973 Nova Custom
1974 Spirit of America Nova
1973 Nova Pro-Street
1977 Nova (Sold)

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