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What is this... (on my alarm diagram)? by Scythe
Started on: 03-14-2004 07:41 PM
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Last post by: Scythe on 03-15-2004 06:21 AM
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Report this Post03-14-2004 07:41 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ScytheClick Here to Email ScytheSend a Private Message to ScytheDirect Link to This Post
Is this the "open door" light, or a button trigger, or what...lol

Thanks...It's most likely the ajar switch in the door...right?

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Report this Post03-14-2004 07:58 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Riceburner98Click Here to Email Riceburner98Send a Private Message to Riceburner98Direct Link to This Post
Yeah, it's a picture of the 2 types of door ajar switches that you "could" have. Either switched positive, or switched negative. The Fiero is switched negative, the one on the left.

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Report this Post03-14-2004 08:42 PM Click Here to See the Profile for ScytheClick Here to Email ScytheSend a Private Message to ScytheDirect Link to This Post
Thanks "+" to you
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Report this Post03-15-2004 12:01 AM Click Here to See the Profile for USFieroSend a Private Message to USFieroDirect Link to This Post
Scythe, if you have an 84 or 85 there are two door switches, one in the forward door jamb and one at the rear. Use the one in the front. It's more reliable and cheaper to replace if it breaks. And yeah, its a negative trigger.
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Report this Post03-15-2004 12:11 AM Click Here to See the Profile for shop_rat45Click Here to Email shop_rat45Send a Private Message to shop_rat45Direct Link to This Post
Check out my website. I have a page just for PFF members to help with alarm installation. Hope it helps.

http://www.remotestartdepot.com/pff.htm

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Report this Post03-15-2004 06:21 AM Click Here to See the Profile for ScytheClick Here to Email ScytheSend a Private Message to ScytheDirect Link to This Post
Thanks guys. I have an 87, so there's only one (right?). Anyway, +'s to both of you, and thanks for the alarm guide. I've been using it earlier

I'll finish this up later today, thanks again.

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