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This is a discussion on Alarm TT problem. within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have read a couple threads about the gray wire for the stock alarm. What if I have an aftermarket ...

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    Alarm TT problem.

    I have read a couple threads about the gray wire for the stock alarm. What if I have an aftermarket alarm in an 02 WRX? It was in the car when I bought it. I don't have a gray wire under the arm rest. Any one have any what wire I might need to snip to get this thing to activate while it runs?

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    Brandon

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    I called the company that makes the alarm in my car. They said that the yellow on there system is the one that realizes if the car is running or not in order to set the alarm. The question that came up was, what if the alarm was accidentally activated while driving. I thought of this and was wondering if anybody thought this would work. It seems logical to me, but I could be over looking something.

    Tap the yellow wire into the blue accessory wire on the ignition and cut the accessory wire going from the Turbo timer. In my mind I am thinking that the accessory wire will then not see the car is still on and the accessories will turn off when the TT is armed allowing the alarm to be activated while the TT is on and not when the car is on.

    Hopefully my little sketch will show up.

    Thanks,
    Brandon
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