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jdmegcoupe 
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Posted: October 20, 2003 at 12:11 PM / IP Logged  
Hello to all, I am looking for a way to make a starter interrupt that requires two or more divices to be utilized to activated stater, like radio to be turned on and horn to be pressed in order to start the vehicle. The vehicle is a 95 Civic Ex coupe with a viper 600 esp alram system. The starter kill on the viper is not enough for me because I once was able to disconnect the brain of the viper to start the car while the alarm was sounded. Any help would be greatly appricated. Thanks in advance.
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most good dealers sell a starter interrupt kit that requires the activation of at least one 12 volt device like wipers, headlights, etc.  I've also seen them with a keypad and numeric passcode, and even with a hidden pressure switch that only the owner knows where it is.

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You could install a magentic switch (like for home alarms) somewhere in the car or just under the dash. Then somewhere in the car leave a refrig magnet. To start the car you have to hold the magnet close to the swtich side of the magentic switch and bam! Starts. When not in use put the magnet on the seat track. Put and extra 1 or 2 in the trunk in case you lose one.
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Thanks, but I'm trying to do this using relays like the set-up in the diagrams pages. I can hook it up as per the diagrams that make your head unit amp turn on lead the deactivation switch, but I am also looking to use another onboard switch like the sunroof switch in conjuction with the head unit amp turn on. I just am not sure how to hook up the two separate systems together to make me have to turn the amp on and hit the sunroof switch to allow the car to start. Thank again.
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there is a module that is pre made and does pretty much what you want.

its a dual stage passive SK, that has 2 inputs that need to change state in order to dis arm the module.

It's called a SPAV 06

It is made for Malor, and distributed through "vitro plus" ( a chain of stores out here in quebec) SK's are just about mandatory here to insure a new vehicle. they sell modules fairly cheap.

do a seach for vitro plus, and they might hook you up.

good luck.

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Thanks to everyone who helped me out, I finally figured it out with the help of all of you and some time to think about the basics of relay wiring. Again Thank you all.

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