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    Re: Clifford Intelliguard 750

    What S/N are you using?







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    Re: Clifford Intelliguard 750

    I remember one thing, at the shop they were talking about, Dodge uses a one signal wire for the power locks.




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    Re: Clifford Intelliguard 750

    that's true. it's just a single wire. if it see's 1 resistance, it'll unlock, if it see's the other, it'll lock.

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    What IM are you using?




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    Re: Clifford Intelliguard 750

    You might want to check out http://causeforalarm.thecarthing.com...on7/index.html

    It's more aimed at honda's but it's a great site to read up on alarm installs. I'm in San Francisco, and alarm installs are range from for a basic install to 260 for a stealth install. It really depends on the shop. You should try shopping around, 300 seems a little steep.




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    Re: Clifford Intelliguard 750

    I called and looked around today more. Everyone wants 250-300 in town. So I called my old installer (which is 3 hours away). Performance Audio Sound. They would do it for 200 including tax. Thats with a new siren and a LED Light, remote start and the smart windows. I just might do that. Plus Clifford will warranty the brain there. I just might do that.




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