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Horns and remote honking

Ok so I want to make sure I do this right the first time and don't have to tinker around with this wire and that wire til it works.

Ok so I have this alarm:

http://autopageusa.com/resources/RS6...l%20Manual.pdf

It looks like I need to use the gray wire (-) 200mA trunk trigger.

Following this diagram

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86 and 30 get fused 12v
85 is the gray wire from the RS-620 box (trunk pop negatively triggered 200mA wire)
87 goes to the hot lead for the horns since that's what my button does, closes the circuit with power and not the ground.


I have been told I'll get a 2 second burst to the horns. Is this right?

It says something about channel 2 in the manual, but I think that's just the trunk pop channel.

Thanks for the help!
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