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Clif 
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Posted: August 04, 2005 at 12:19 AM / IP Logged  
I modified the pic of the relays to incorperate a trigger that will come off one of my aux channels off my alarm. The trigger is negitve. i think i got it right but if anyone wants to take a look at it just to make shure. Like i said im pretty shure it correct. Let me know if somethen is not right
Keeping Acc On after ignition is off -- posted image.
hmmm.... was that the right wire?
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Looks about right.
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Im confused, why would you use relays to keep acc on after ignition is off when you can achieve the same effect by wiring what you want kept on into the constant +ve instead. Same thing isnt it? On all the time?
If your trying to make other things happen with triggers and stuff fair play, ill shut up, but I thought id point out the obvious first :)
Anyway, are your triggers momentary or constant? Momentary will only activate your relays when it blips and then go back to off again? Can you explain how your circuit works as I cant see what your achieving there.
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He wants to keep stuff like his radio and power windows on until he opens the door or be able to turn it on via remote until the door is open.
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Posted: August 15, 2005 at 11:41 AM / IP Logged  

i know this is a few days old, but is there a way to do this without using the alarm? I would like to be able to keep my radio/power windows on until I open the door (cant seem to remember to roll up the windows).

Thanks

Kenny

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Posted: August 15, 2005 at 11:42 AM / IP Logged  

also, if i use the above diagram, how do i add the power windows to the scheme?

Kenny

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Posted: September 10, 2005 at 2:40 AM / IP Logged  
if you wanted just the acc on just use the 2 main relays on the right, and dont use the one on the left, as for windwo rollup, it would be easiest to get a window rollup modulal, but it can be done with relays but it would take alot of work.
hmmm.... was that the right wire?
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the only bad thing about doing an auto window roll up is that it doesn't have a resistance setting to stop the window if say an arm or somethiing gets caught up in it. the DEI window mods are cheap and really easy to hook up and have the resistors to stop the window, plus it gives you one touch up and down on the windows used in the window module.
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Posted: October 03, 2005 at 11:21 PM / IP Logged  
Just a quick question regarding the 2 relays on the right.
I tried this same circuit and it works fine, only problem is, I get a spike or feedback of some sort in my speakers when I open the door. Can someone give me a suggestion to get rid of this noise.
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i have the same problem on my car.....i have not be able 2 figure out how 2 get rid of it......after a while i started not noticing it
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