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porsche guy 
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Hey everyone!!  I'm new to the forum and like what I've been seeing...........  I installed a Pioneer headunit in my Porsche Boxster, I found out that the factory alarm senses the factory radio.  I've been told that there is a wire in the factory harness I need to do somthing with in order for my horn to stop honking after locking, and the factory alarm to stop going off..............  Can someone please help????? 
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What year, and what type of stock system did you have before the attempted install?
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It's a 1999 Porsche boxster with a factory Becker CD Player,  Also I have a factory 4 channel amp behind the spare tire.. 
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+12V DC Battery(Constant)RED / black  B2 7.5 Amp Fuse holder B 
Switched AccessoryOrange  E1 7.5 Amp Fuse holder E 
Ground Brown  
Power Antenna White  
Remote Turn On(output) BLACK/ red  
Illumination Gray/blue  
Mute Yellow/black Telephone mute 
Left Front + GREEN/ red Line level output 
Left Front - BROWN / blue Pin C1-3; common audio ground 
Right Front + Violet/red Line level output 
Left Rear + Yellow/red Line level output 
Right Rear + RED / blue Line level output 
 AMPLIFIER OUTPUTS 
Wire FunctionColorNoteFuse #SizeLocation
12V DC BatteryRED / blue  D9 15 Amp Fuse holder D 
Remote Turn On (input) BLACK/ red  
Left Front Mid + Green  
Left Front Mid - BROWN / green  
Left Front Tweeter + Yellow In-panel speaker 
Left Front Tweeter - Yellow/brown In-panel speaker 
Right Front Mid + Violet  
Right Front Mid - BROWN / violet  
Right Front Tweeter + Red In-panel speaker 
Right Front Tweeter - RED / brown In-panel speaker 
Left Rear Mid + White  
Left Rear Mid - BROWN / white  
Right Rear Mid + Blue  
Right Rear Mid - BROWN / blue  

Nothing here that sounds like it's gonna help!

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The wire isn't actually in the harness, it's in a small micro switch on the left side of the radio chassis. When it senses ground it sets off the alarm. The stock radio has a piece of plastic to keep this wire from grounding. Just pull off the switch and the wire and you'll be fine.
There is no such thing as free installation!
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tcss wrote:
The wire isn't actually in the harness, it's in a small micro switch on the left side of the radio chassis. When it senses ground it sets off the alarm. The stock radio has a piece of plastic to keep this wire from grounding. Just pull off the switch and the wire and you'll be fine.

That is some GOOD info there gents..... tcss, thank you!


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