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davedyer79 
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Doing a r/s on a 2006 pontiac torrent.  Haven't done one of these yet and was wondering if you still have to hook up the relays to drop the voltage to the ign1 and acc when using a bypass.  Installing a autopage rs600 and crimestopper passlock sl.  Thanks.

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Anyone, about to finish the installation and kinda need to know.  Thanks
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dwbarger 
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From what I am seeing just on the acc wire.
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Also am seeing a ign 1 delay circuit needed.
davedyer79 
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Yea, both are needed.  Thanks for the replys, but I finished it last night before anyone posted.  You need ign1 delay and drop voltage to the acc to start the vehicle.  Pretty simple install.  Thanks for the replys.
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