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    starter kill relay

    im a little confused about how to hook up the starter kill/anti-grind relay on my remote start alarm. is there a diagram or someone that can tell me how to do it?







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    Re: starter kill relay

    post the wire colors on the relay and i can help ya out.




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    Re: starter kill relay

    i wouldn't even bother with it.

    the best way to do a starter kill is with a normally open pulse timer relay... hook it up to the factory alarm disarm pulse output, and route the starter or fuel pump wire thorugh it. This way the alarm must be active (or the thief has to know how your starter kill is set up) to start the car.



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    Re: starter kill relay

    the relay has 2 14gauge green wires, one 20gauge orange, and one 20 gauge yellow, and there is a orange wire from the alarm that that is negative




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    Re: starter kill relay

    i know you have to cut one of the starter wires in half and put the starter kill inbetween it, i beleive the greens are that connection, and i cant remember the rest, i looked for my book but cant find it. what alarm is this and what car is it going in?



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    Re: starter kill relay

    Quote Originally Posted by Bosaliniee View Post
    the relay has 2 14gauge green wires, one 20gauge orange, and one 20 gauge yellow, and there is a orange wire from the alarm that that is negative
    ok the green wires, one goes to the key side of the starter wire and the other green goes to the starter side of the starter wire. ( or another wire you want to cut to disable the engin)

    the yellow goes to the ign. wire

    and the orange goes to the neg- output on the alarm, that goes active when the alarm is armed.




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    Re: starter kill relay

    ok, so the starter wire i cut and put one green wire on one end and the other green on the other end, then the yellow wire goes to ignition 1?




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    Re: starter kill relay

    yes




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    Re: starter kill relay

    thanks for your help!




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    Re: starter kill relay

    have you been working on this for a while or just getting all the knowledge before you do it?



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    Re: starter kill relay

    ive had a remote start in for a while, i got a new one that has keyless entry with it and im installing it, just couldnt figure that part out.




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