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eld101 
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To start off, I have a 92 Prelude SI.  I also have the Sidewinder 6500ESP alarm/rem start.  I was thinking about adding a window rollup moulde like http:///.com/dll?ViewItem&item=1377689053 

First...why there are 8 wires...I know there will be a +,-, - from aux channel, then 4 for the 2 windows.  What would the other wire go to? 

Second, what color wires would I tap in the door?  Do I just tap the wires or to I actually have to cut them and wire the unit in between?

Lastly, will this unit work with my car and alarm?

Thanks in advance for your help!

Eric

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Eric,

I'm not to sure about the sidewinder window control module but to be sure I would contact a local shop that carries this alarm and ask them or call Siderwinder. It might be another (-) input trigger that you can tie into the other (-)input trigger.Or you can purchase the DEI 520T (I think). It will work with any alarm that has a (-) output trigger. It's only about $30 or so and it comes with instructions. I use them in all my installs.

As for which wires to cut into, contact your local shop. They might have a program called MAID XL like I have. If I get time I will look up the color codes for you.

Also if the module you want needs a (-) input trigger to activate it and you have an extra ch. with a (-) trigger then sure it should work.

eld101 
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Thanks.....does any one here have MAID XL?
mobiletoys2002 
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ok u have a reversal rest at ground window system and your colors are drivers side up is RED / blue,drivers side down is red\yellow passenger side up is blue / YELLOW,and down is blue/green.
christophe 
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hey eld101,

On all window roll up window module (that I know of), you will have to cut the factory wire going between the switch and the motor. Therfore you have 2 wires to the switch and 2 wires to the motor for each power window you would like to control.

Left front window RED / yel and RED / blue

right front window blu/grn and blu/yel

hope this helps

eld101 
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Thanks!
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2 wires goes to switch for both windows

2 wires goes to motor for both windows

1 wire for +12V and 1 wire for ground

1 wire for aux channel ( - input)

1 wire for ignition kill relay ( so it doesnt activate when ur ignition wire is hot or cold )

i forgot which side the ignition wire goes to, but i know this is correct bcuz i had it on my car, sold the car tho, but planning to do it to my new car


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