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This is a discussion on Turbo Timer/ Lock problem within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I just installed a Blitz FATT X turbo timer last nite! Yesterday the timer ran fine, and i was able ...

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    Turbo Timer/ Lock problem

    I just installed a Blitz FATT X turbo timer last nite!

    Yesterday the timer ran fine, and i was able to leave the car and lock the doors and wait till it the timer counted down to zero!

    But today i dunno what happened, after i turn off the ignition the timer still works fine but i can't seem to lock my doors till the timer counts down to zero!

    Which defeats the purpose to the turbo timer!
    *4EAT 2002 WRB WRX*

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    Did you cut the wire under the dash? It's dark green and black.

    edit: follow these instructions Blitz Dual TT DC purple wire?
    Last edited by mourning_air; 06-14-2004 at 02:16 PM.
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    i have the hardness!
    but it worked yesterday thats why i'm confused rite now
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    Originally posted by DBOi
    i have the hardness!
    I'm sure your excited about your new turbo timer but please try to contain yourself

    If you didn't cut the green and black wire on the security module then you will not be able to lock your doors while the car is running.
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    ok i have a 2002~

    so i cut the green and black on the side of the fuse box rite?????

    i don't have a factory security so i don't need to cut the grey wire rite?
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    Yes, just cut the green and black wire attached to the security module just above the fuse box.
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    Originally posted by mourning_air
    I'm sure your excited about your new turbo timer but please try to contain yourself
    Funny stuff!

    And yes, listen to mourning_air - cut the green/black wire.

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    OHHH It worked like a charm!

    THANKS ALOT mourning_air!
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    Glad that worked out for you.
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