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This is a discussion on Remote Start + rear defrost/wiper deicer within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've been doing some researching on this website and a couple others regarding installing a remote start. The unit I'm ...

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    Remote Start + rear defrost/wiper deicer

    I've been doing some researching on this website and a couple others regarding installing a remote start. The unit I'm getting installed on Friday with the help of an experienced friend is the "Omega MAX". I've read so many articles on how to wire the neutral and ebrake switches that i think i'm totally lost now. So I guess what i'm asking is if someone could tell me the best way to hook everything up I'd really appreciate it. The car is a 2004 WRX 5MT.

    1.) Neutral switch (which is positive/negative, where's it go?)
    2.) Ebrake switch (can i use this sorta as a back up if the neutral switch failed for some reason?)
    3.) How will i connect the rear defroster since it's like a soft switch?
    4.) Can i connect the wiper de-icers/defrosters some how?

    Also, any general pointers about the install that might save some time and aggervation might be helpful.

    Thanks for any replies.
    Dan

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    you should also post on caraudioforum.com they might be able to help u out too if u dont get the info here
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