small-list-digest Sunday, July 26 1998 Volume 02 : Number 208



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FTE Small - Bronco II alarms
Re: FTE Small - Bronco II alarms

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Date: Sat, 25 Jul 1998 14:34:34 -0700
From: tim728 juno.com
Subject: FTE Small - Bronco II alarms

Has anyone installed an alarm in a bronco II ? I have hooked up the power
and shock sensors and it works but I am having trouble with the power
lock hookups and the hookups for current sensing when the dome light goes
on. I tried hooking up to the drivers pin switch and this must not be
connected with the others? because the alarm will only trigger when THAT
door is opened. If anyone has installed their own alarm I would
appreciate any advise or info.
Thanks, Tim

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Date: Sun, 26 Jul 1998 01:45:42 -0500 (CDT)
From: "Sci.Electronics.Repair FAQ"
Subject: Re: FTE Small - Bronco II alarms

You (tim728 juno.com) wrote:
> Has anyone installed an alarm in a bronco II ? I have hooked up the power
> and shock sensors and it works but I am having trouble with the power
> lock hookups and the hookups for current sensing when the dome light goes
> on. I tried hooking up to the drivers pin switch and this must not be
> connected with the others? because the alarm will only trigger when THAT
> door is opened. If anyone has installed their own alarm I would
> appreciate any advise or info.

If you want to do it right, put in new switches for the two doors,
gate and hood. Face it, the older switches are old and they're prone
to _sometimes_ not work... I helped several friends install alarms
and the ones who did it _right_ (also soldered the wires not clipped,
and used copious amts of nylon ties to bundle and secure all wire runs)
are the ones who _trust_ their alarm when it goes off is _really_ someone
breaking in not just the aligment of the stars is wrong... I don't help
debug "crap" install systems either... to much of a pain in the $$...

My $0.02 :-)

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