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Old 12-18-2008
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Alarm/Wiring Help!!!

I bought this alarm and I'm going to start installing it this week sometime, hopefully Friday. I have almost everything figured out I just have some final questions and wiring help. The directions kind of suck and aren't the clearest.

Its a Viper 791XV with remote start.


First:
In the wiring diagram it mentions this wire (H2/6) but it doesn't describe what it is or what it needs to be connected to. Where does it go?
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Second:
Where does this wire connect to?
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Third:
The shock sensor connects directly into the control modual. Do I need to tap the blue and green wires from that harness into this wire?
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Fourth:
Are all of these wires going to connect to their respected wires up by the key or is there other places these need to connect? Also, does the ranger have 2 12v feeds at the ignition switch or just one? If its only one do I connect both to the one 12v source?
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Fifth:
Does this connect to any 12v source?
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Sixth:
What do I do here?
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Once again these wires are in the wiring diagram but not mentioned anywhere else.
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Finally:
I got these 3 pig tails with the alarm but it doesn't even mention where they go. There are no open spots where they connect into anything. Where do they go?

There are 2-2 wire both are the same, Red plug, a brown wire and a orange/black wire.
The other one has a white plug, Blue, Orange, Violet, Pink wires.
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Maybe thats too unlock something else? Does it have to be used?

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First is to make the locks operate with driver door priority with one push of the remote and then the second push would make that wire active to operate the other door(s).

Second not to sure but looks as though this would be a test port for the remote starter...

Third pretty self explainatory.....

Fourth All those would be in the column....there are typically 2 12v sources in the harness....you would need to probe the wires in all positions of the key to know which are which or go to the 12volt.com for wiring diagrams.

Fifth see above

Sixth used to turn on alarm after the remote shuts down or an output for something else...

Seventh door lock/unlock outputs,,used to splice into the door locks...

Last no clue without seeing the instructions.
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