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1990 nissan 300 zx factory alarm problems


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jazzcustom131 
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I have an aftermarket clifford installed on this car, and there is some mis communication between it and the factory alarm. When I activate the clifford, the other alarm goes off and the starter kill engages. Even after it goes off, the starter kill stays engaged, so my car hasn't moved for 3 days. Anyone know how i can get rid of the factory alarm?? I don't know where the brain for it is,
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FACTORY ALARM DISARM  GRAY/RED (-)  IN DRIVERS KICK PANEL

I dont' think you can get rid of the factory alarm w/o removing the BECU/mutliplex unit.  I would consider resetting the clifford and checking some wiring if you can -- the above wire is the disarm for your factory alarm.

I am not sure, but i'm i don't think Nissan's factory alarm includes a factory starter-kill.  I think your best bet at this point would be to disconnect the clifford alarm brain and attempt to start your vehicle.  If you cannot, look for a SPDT relay connected to the starter wire and reconnect the wires at the 30 and 87a termina

  
 

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burns25 
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The factory alarm brain is under the passenger seat from what I remember.  I also seem to remember not being able to find the factory disarm in the driver's kick but it was in the passenger kick.  It's been quite a while since I did one of these so it's a bit hazy.
jazzcustom131 
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so if I snip that Gray/Redwire, the alarm "goes away", correct?
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tonyberg 
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no...if you ground it, it goes away
nobles 
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there is a hood pin switch, play with it a little, then use the key to unlock the pass door, the car will sart

(based on something similar I did before)


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