On Friday, November 13, 2015 at 7:24:18 PM UTC-5, Mr.Emann wrote:
Must you be spoon fed everything?
Here's a version showing the wiring on both sides and an explanation of
how to install it. Note the lack of a clock spring.
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On Friday, November 13, 2015 at 8:02:11 PM UTC-5, Mr.Emann wrote:
5th line down in the text of the description tab. Your welcome.
Only if you spell 'clock spring' with an L and an E and an M and an O.
Look it up. You've doubted everything I've looked up for you so far, so I won't
bother explaining what those four little letters spell.
with today's high tech cars. I just installed remote starter on our new
Subaru. 7 wires to connect. Removing the dash panel and steering wheel
covers without snapping the plastic tabs was most carefully done part.
I downloaded wiring colors for the car, flashed brain module blade, set
the option bits I want. Pros do this job in 2 hours. Took me shy of 3
hours. All functions work fine. In old days with analog wiring was like
spagetti noodle strewn around under dash. So many wires and few relays,
all that. I can program this thing with my remote fob or hand held
programmer connected to antenna cable. Just disconnect it from antenna.
connect it to the programmer. I can even read battery voltage, engine
temp. with fob.
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