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Prestige Alarm, 94 Acura Integra


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b16teg 
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Hello. I have had this alarm for years and have never installed it. My father gave it to me and I have long since lost the box it came in so I dont know the model number but it has a serial number on it. Im looking for a wiring diagram for the alarm. I got the car diagram for my 94 integra already just need to know what wire is what coming off the alarm. Also need to figure out what I need to get the keyless entry on the alarm to work with my acura as well. Any and all help is GREATLY appreciated as I was hoping to get this done tomorrow(wishful thinking I know!haha) Thanks in advance!!

Harness plug wire colors

BLACK/ white

orange

purple

brown

dark blue or maybe green

yellow

black

RED / white

WHITE/ black

blue

red

white

b16teg 
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Ok I figured out the wires but now I need to know if my car is a positive or negative door trigger. And the alarm has a green and a red wire for the keyless which one is lock and which one is unlock? Thanks!
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the door triggers sshould be tested by you to know if they are + or -.  If you are blindly hooking up an alarm without testing the wires to make sure they are correct, you might end up with a short in the car or the alarm.

Would really stink to fry your BCM or something by hooking up an incorrect wire.

b16teg 
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OhioMike1101 wrote:

the door triggers sshould be tested by you to know if they are + or -.  If you are blindly hooking up an alarm without testing the wires to make sure they are correct, you might end up with a short in the car or the alarm.

Would really stink to fry your BCM or something by hooking up an incorrect wire.

Ok found out they are negative now to find out which wire is the lock and which is the unlock coming off the brain box. One is green and one is red. Anyone know that?

OhioMike1101 
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on every alarm I have installed and seen....

Compustar, DEI, Autopage, Crimestopper, Omega, etc....

There is a 3 pin harness with blue,red, and green.  Green adn blue are the lock adn unlock.

b16teg 
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OhioMike1101 wrote:

on every alarm I have installed and seen....

Compustar, DEI, Autopage, Crimestopper, Omega, etc....

There is a 3 pin harness with blue,red, and green.  Green adn blue are the lock adn unlock.

Well bro on this one there is only two wires a green one and a red one. I know they are the keyless because when I opened the brain to see if the model number was on the board it says PDL right above the little harness for the two wires. Now I just need to know which one is lock and which one is unlock.

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push the lock button on the remote and the unlock and just use a DMM to test the outputs.

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