Sorry just saw this. When it happens, I hear nothing and nothing lights up. So if I can find the starter wires where it is spliced into the module, cut them and resplice them I should be good but I would lose everything else?The alarm should be a starter interrupt alarm. When the alarm is armed and you turn the key nothing happens, correct ?
The bad is... i think it's a little more than plug and play. The door locks are also connected to the alarm module. It should be located under the left hand side of the steering column. It takes a module or double relays to activate our door locks. ( polarity switches from + to - ).
There are places like Sound Solutions here in maryland that specialize in this type of stuff. It may be a bad solder joint in alarm module....or bad wiring. If you're not hearing anything when it doesn't work and the car dash lights up there is another solution. You could make a jumper wire on a switch to the starter solenoid....or find where the starter wire ( blue with red stripe ) goes into the box. If you reconnect the splice the car will start with the key regardless of the alarm.
If you reconnect the splice and pull the alarm fuse it will work like a regular car....but you will lose keyless entry.
Yes, a green one is way too aggressive.Well I joined the club
Surprised how dark it is, looked lighter in the videos. It’s a good sturdy piece though, texture is spot on.
Would green scotch brite be too aggressive for scuffing?
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