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jonafer 
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Posted: June 25, 2003 at 7:06 PM / IP Logged  

Hello, I have just installed a black eagle 4000 alarm in my 1993 ford mustang LX. I can not understand how to install the door lock relay's. Can anyone give me some information on this system,how old it is, do these systems still exsits? I have the alarm working fine but the relay's ???????????????  I just cant understand

thanks, jonafer 

draasch 
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Posted: June 25, 2003 at 7:52 PM / IP Logged  
Power Lock PINK / YELLOW DRIVER KICK #203
Power Unlock PINK/LIGHT GREEN PANEL
#203- See Reversal Rest At Ground Door Lock Diagram
look to the left of this screen and go to Car Security. then go to door locks. look for Reversal Rest At Ground Door Lock Diagram. that should get you on your way.
Good Luck
David
Ace Security
813-376-9778
Tampa
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Mr.Swifty 
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Posted: June 26, 2003 at 6:25 PM / IP Logged  

it is easier to grab door locks from the passenger kick panel on the Mustangs....sometimes it's hard to cut and re-connect the wires on the drivers side, ....but they will be a pink / YELLOW and pink green wire.....it's easy if you drop the glove box down, and find the grey molex plug behind a black padded cover. Just make sure when you test the wires you do it from the drivers door. otherwise you will find different wires.

Cut the wire (either lock or unlock)

put the side with 12v when you push the switch on pin 87a

put the other side on pin 30

constant FUSED power to pin 87

Constant power to 86

and negative pusle from the alarm to pin 85

do this one relay for lock one for unlock

make sure you have a fuse inline on the constant power wire. and test it out.....if the fuse blows, you have pin 87a and 30 mixed up.....if it works...put everything back together.

Good Luck


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