How do i connect a turbo timer with a factory alarm system
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This is a discussion on How do i connect a turbo timer with a factory alarm system within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have an 03 WRX with the Subaru OEM alarm/security system and wondering what modifications i have to do to ...

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    Question How do i connect a turbo timer with a factory alarm system

    I have an 03 WRX with the Subaru OEM alarm/security system and wondering what modifications i have to do to the wiring in order for the turbo timer to work and the alarm system will arm before the engine shuts off. Thanks.

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    Go to this thread on Scooby Mods


    Install instructions HERE

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    Thanks, got it

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    Here is a thread that has helped countless people with their TT installs. Good luck.

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    Kurless's instructions are spot on! Folloe them exactly and you will have no issues, verified on a MY03 BTW.
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    I don't have the factory alarm. I only have the keyless entry. I have the new greddy TT. eveyrthing works, however I am unable to lock the doors with the remote during countdown.
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    Cut the dark green w/ grey striped wire that goes to the keyless entry module, that should let your doors lock while the car is still running. (Fools the car into thinking that it is turned off, so it will allow you to lock the doors)
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    the directions in swankmonkey had me splice the accessory wire form the tt to the green/black wire from the keyless entry module. What am I gonna need to connect the accessory wire to then???
    95 Integra GS-R turbo
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    You shouldn't have to splice ANYTHING if you get the harness.

    You DID get the harness, didn't you?
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    I didn't get a harness, I just hardwired it. I hardwired the the turbo timer in my integra. So I am assuming that I can just wire the accessory from the tt to the acc on the car?
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