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    Blitz FATT & my factory alarm...

    I had my Blitz turblo timer installed into my car. Everything works beatifully but it completely does away with my factory alarm system. You have to wait until the car turns off to arm it. I did a search and some say you have to splice the wire to the alarm. How is this done? Is there anyway I can arm my alarm system while my car is still running?
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    Check this out. I'm too scared to mess with the electric but if it works let me know, I have the same problem.
    http://wrx.swankmonkey.com/turbotimer/

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    Do you remove the negative terminal from the battery before you start doing this FATT install?

    I've been wanting to do it, have a FATT sitting here, but haven't gotten around to it
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    You want to remove the negative cable anytime you may come in contact with anything with voltage.

    Those instructions and a few others are what I used to do mine, they are correct.

    I pulled the connector apart and remove the wire and pin. That way I can put it back how it was if I needed.

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    Hey Root, can you set your alarm with the engine running?

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    I have my Viper programmed to activate once the turbo timer shuts the car off. IF it's still running when I leave it, I just lock the doors and let the security system kick in once the car is off.

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    It arms and locks the doors as soon as i press the button. I made the shock sensor more sensitive also, it took awilt to get it set perfect though.

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    Re: Blitz FATT & my factory alarm...

    Originally posted by alchemist
    I had my Blitz turblo timer installed into my car. Everything works beatifully but it completely does away with my factory alarm system. You have to wait until the car turns off to arm it. I did a search and some say you have to splice the wire to the alarm. How is this done? Is there anyway I can arm my alarm system while my car is still running?
    TeamShiftPoint did my install, and I can use the factory alarm. PM him. His name is William. He'll be able to help you out.
    Fahd

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