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    I did it

    I installed an alarm into my Honda Accord.
    It wasn't too hard, I wish I had removed the front seat though as I am a big guy and it was hard to reach all the wires up under the dash.
    But I did it and everything works, I only spent $55 total vs. the $200 the local shop wanted.

    I installed an AutoPage I bought from Ebay for $40 plus $15 for a siren.







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    Re: I did it

    Cool man...Never tackled an alarm myself. But congrats.




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    Re: I did it

    what i tell you it wasnt hard at all



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    Re: I did it

    It really was not that hard at all.
    I wish I had a smaller wire stripper / crimp tool as there is not a lot of room on some of the harnesses.
    I paid $55 for the alarm and siren vs. $200 plus tax installed at a shop
    I saved $150 doing it myself - well worth the 4 hours it took me




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    Re: I did it

    thats good man gets better when you learn howto do the remote start



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