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This is a discussion on This fell on my foot... within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Thanks partmgr. I will definitely be in to see you at one time or another. As far as the wiring ...

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    Thanks partmgr. I will definitely be in to see you at one time or another. As far as the wiring diagrams go I was just hoping they were available in book or CD form to have for general reference, but if I ever get into a situation where I need them I'll come see you. BTW what is your name? Thanks alot.
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    Give me a call

    I actually have a way to get all those manuals in .pdf format. Give me a call and we'll see if we can arrange something. You may also be able to download a lot of that at http://techinfo.subaru.com. I'm not sure if there is a fee to register for that site though, because I have access to it from SNE. The number here is (401)365-1200 and the parts department is option 3. Or you can just ask for Dan.

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    They must ship with that connector in case you decide to install an aftermarket alarm, or to remove the factory alarm for any other reason... If you remove it and don't have the dummy plug to connect back in when you unplug the relay for the starter, I'm pretty sure your car won't start...

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    Subarus ship with a connector that looks like this, why it ships with it is beyond me though
    Look in your owner's manual at the details of the alarm system. There's a mode called (IIRC) "passive alarm" that dealers use while the car is on the lot: it leaves the alarm on all the time even if you don't arm it when you lock the door. In order to convert to the "active alarm" that we all use, the tech has to remove a connector just like this. I guess that he just forgot to to clean up when he prepared your car for delivery...
    Last edited by perfusionista; 09-06-2005 at 02:39 PM.

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