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Apr 21, 10:23am - #160704 
VS500 LED installation. Can someone help?

i just bought this LED lights. http://varad.com/products/products-index.html its the product farthest to the left. (batman looking thingy)
Its job is to light up when you arm ur cars alarm.

I have an idea how to install it, but im not sure. the product comes wiith 3 wires. One black, yellow, and red. The black goes to a ground. The yellow is soppose to go to a yellow wire on alarm system(this will activate the LED when activated. And the red wire goes to a constant 12v.

Where can i find these point to attach the wires? can some help?

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Apr 21, 10:33am - #160705 
I just wired mine into my 12volt system for my other interior lighting mods. Didn't bother to hook up the alarm cable. So mines on all the time. smile

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Apr 21, 11:27am - #160706 
Is it on when the ignition is on to? i dont want it to be on if the ignition is on. Im planing to have it on the left hand side close to the bottom.

i wouldnt mind having it not connected to the alarm, but it would be nice if some else can help.. thanks in advance...


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Apr 21, 11:30am - #160707 
if you wanna hook it to ur alarm you have to wire a low wattage relay into it...cause the voltage that is put out to light up an LED is not powerful enough to power that thing. grin

the other 2 wires just go to any power and ground found either under the dash or whereever you wanna run it to thumbsup

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Apr 21, 12:00pm - #160708 
i have the VIP factory alarm. how do i wire a relay into it? i dont know where the alarm wires n stuff are at. I have a 2004 GT.

"the other 2 wires just go to any power and ground found either under the dash or whereever you wanna run it to"

^^ Now when you say that, is there any chance that i can mess up any of the electrical stuff?


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Apr 21, 12:02pm - #160709 
HAHAHAAHA dont piss with it man...one if you dont' know what ur doin ...not a thing to touch. Second the VIP alarm is a bitch thumbsdown

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Apr 21, 12:20pm - #160710 
dammit... i'll leave it to the pros and get it installed or something. thanks for the heads up. i would screwed up my alarm sys... haha that woulda sucked..


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