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1999 Honda CRV, alarm


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dxdenis02 
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Posted: April 29, 2006 at 10:51 AM / IP Logged  

no relay needed

take the ign wire cut it in half now you have two wires a key side and a coil side butt connect or soilder immobiliser circuit no 2 (the alarm wires should be labled key side .....coil side. the key side is the wire that goes to the key , remember you just cut the wire)

starter is the same thing might be called key side .... motor side

the fuel pump same concept except the wire might be towards the rear of the car  sorry im not fimilar with that vehical   i cant spell either lol

boomer_106 
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The ignition loom is the group of wires that runs generally from the key cylinder down the steering wheel to the iginition switch. Look up under your steering column for the wires you need.

For the immobiliser circuits you don't need to connect all 3 of them unless you are extremely worried about your car being stolen. Most people just do the starter kill. This link shows you diagrams for those. https://www.the12volt.com/relays/page2.asp

Your manual should explain how to connect those systems. Unless you have an onboard relay then you usually do need one. If your book says something to the effect of 200ma - output then you need to use a relay. Good luck. Keep us updated

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WIRING INFORMATION - HONDA / HRV (UK) / 1999 / Remote Start
12volts          
Starter BLACK/ white      ignition harness
Second Starter          
Ignition BLACK / YELLOW      ignition harness
Second Ignition          
Third Ignition          
Accessory          
Second Accessory          
Keysense       
Power Lock WHITE/ red   5wi CDL unit, driver underdash
Power Unlock yellow/red   5wi CDL unit, driver underdash
Lock Motor          
Unlock Motor          
Parking Lights+ grn/red & grn/yel     steering column
Parking Lights-       
Hazards       
Turn Signal(L)       
Turn Signal(R)       
Reverse Light       
Door Trigger GREEN/ red    -   CDL unit, driver underdash
Dome Supervision          
Trunk/Hatch Pin blue/black      CDL unit, driver underdash
There are 10 types of people in the world, ones that understand binary and ones that dont.
mad550 
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Posted: May 02, 2006 at 5:50 AM / IP Logged  
Ign wire should be active while cranking the car, if you don't connect it then the alarm won't know to Immobilise when someone accually tries to steal the car
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If it is an alarm that you are installing, this wire will provide +12V when the key is in any position other than off. This wire is what the system will use to allow you to put it into valet mode, and change programming options in most cases.
If you post the vehicle make/model/year and the system make/model someone may be able to give a little more assistance.
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According to the wiring diagram listed here the ignition wire is a BLACK / YELLOW in the ignition harness.
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Posted: May 05, 2006 at 11:15 AM / IP Logged  
From reading your posts I would have to strongly suggest you take your vehicle to a professional to have this alarm installed.

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