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khmer215 Jun 24, 12:42am - #206022 

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Does anyone have this? Need help with wiring

I have these blue BLUE bataman lights that i'd like to install. but i dunno how. i have never had any experience any with wiring what so ever.

heres what it does... Its suppose to activate when ur alarm is activted. theres a lil black button on there that you can press that'll change the pattern of the blinking leds.

There are 3 wires black, red and yellow. I kno the black gets grounded and red goes to a constant, but where does the yellow go?

can i splice the factory led and connect it there?

can anyone help?
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Live42day Jun 24, 1:46am - #206023 

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Red = Switched power (vehicle ignition wire)
Yellow = Constant (power Vehicle constant power)
Black = Ground

You can tag all these wires at the stering column wires, except the ground.

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i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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ravertony Jun 24, 3:20am - #206024 
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okay the black is ground mos def.. but now a days Red and Yellow are mixed with Switch and Constant. I would look for info on this led scanner if not..

Either the red or yellow is suppose to be tapped into the alarm's lights output like the factory LED (your right) so it can activate when alarm goes off.

So connect either the red or yellow one first to a constant power source and if it turns on but doesnt do the scan thing than thats your constant and the other wire should not work unless the constant one is powered.

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khmer215 Jun 24, 10:59am - #206025 

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sounds very confusing...
the box of this scanner says that the yellow should be attached to alarm's output or ground. and red goes to a constant.

How will i know which one is the factory alarm output?

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Live42day Jun 24, 2:36pm - #206026 

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If you have a viper alarm the wire is orange coming from the alarm brain.

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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khmer215 Jun 24, 4:33pm - #206027 

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i have the factory alarm. where is that located??

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factory alarm is under the dash on the drivers side. Its a black box on the door side when underneath
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Lucky_317 Jun 24, 4:47pm - #206029 

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Originally Posted by khmer215
the box of this scanner says that the yellow should be attached to alarm's output or ground.


so it's saying attach it to either a ground or power source??? I'd say put down that backwards manual. lol

scan the page of the manual cause maybe you are reading it wrong.

typically like mentioned in the first post, yellow is constant. but ya never know. they gave good advice. I suggest trying it out.

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to fiond the output wire just look for the little blinking LED. The wire connecte to that is the one you need grin

good luck

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DJ_Curtiz Jun 24, 4:49pm - #206030 
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does your factory alarm have an exhisting light that flashes once its armed????? if so, tap into those wires and ur good to go grin grin grin

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Lucky_317 Jun 24, 8:03pm - #206031 

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Originally Posted by DJ_Curtiz
does your factory alarm have an exhisting light that flashes once its armed????? if so, tap into those wires and ur good to go grin grin grin


thats what I said thumbsup lol

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AZZKIKR Jun 24, 8:06pm - #206032 

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wiring into the alarm...this ain't gonna end up well...good luck bro
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DJ_Curtiz Jun 24, 8:14pm - #206033 
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Originally Posted by AZZKIKR
wiring into the alarm...this ain't gonna end up well...good luck bro

what r you talking about, I did this and it works fine rolleyes

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AZZKIKR Jun 24, 8:52pm - #206034 

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ok...I'm sorry...but I try to stay away from the alarm cause I think its too touchy (just my .02)...I'd rather just wire it to a switch off the cigarette lighter, and get a self tapping screw with a ring terminal on the end of the ground wire and put it under the carpet (that's how I grounded my footwell neons anyway)...if it wporks go for it... thumbsup
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khmer215 Jun 24, 9:25pm - #206035 

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heres the instructions
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Lucky_317 Jun 24, 9:48pm - #206036 

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ah gotcha thumbsup

hmm lemme see if I have the wiring diagram for the factory alarm

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Lucky_317 Jun 24, 9:50pm - #206037 

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nope sorry. Dont have that one.

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DJ_Curtiz Jun 25, 12:38am - #206038 
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Originally Posted by AZZKIKR
ok...I'm sorry...but I try to stay away from the alarm cause I think its too touchy (just my .02)...I'd rather just wire it to a switch off the cigarette lighter, and get a self tapping screw with a ring terminal on the end of the ground wire and put it under the carpet (that's how I grounded my footwell neons anyway)...if it wporks go for it... thumbsup


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celicaboy Jun 25, 1:13am - #206039 

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i have never seen that before
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