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Old 04-03-2004, 12:09 PM   #1
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Exclamation door lock problems

I need information reguarding any of the following:
-The location of the factory security controller for a 99 stang
-Info on connecting an alarm into the lock and unlock wires, I have lock working but unlock not working
-Info about switches ceasing to work once locks wires have been messed with(not broken or disconnected and fuse is good)


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I need information reguarding any of the following:
-The location of the factory security controller for a 99 stang
-Info on connecting an alarm into the lock and unlock wires, I have lock working but unlock not working
-Info about switches ceasing to work once locks wires have been messed with(not broken or disconnected and fuse is good)


Please reply ASAP!!

Thanks
Let's get a couple things straight first. I am assuming you unplugged your battery before you started? Did you check both your fuse boxes? I am guessing that one or more wires have come undone when you tried to put everything back together. Are you using crimpers or electrical tape? Don't use tape if you are, it won't hold it well enough on the re-install. How many times have you disassembled them and checked them? If you've only done it once, do it again and check them thoroughly. Make sure the alarm you are installing is compatable with your car. The factory security controller should be located inside your steering column just behind the ignition switch. To install something such as a remote-start, you will have to remove the chip from your key and fasten it inside your steering column against the security controller to bypass the device or your car won't start. Whoo, that was a mouthful. Let me know if you still have problems. I'm not positive exactly what you are needing for sure, but I can help you track down the right sources.
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Old 04-03-2004, 02:08 PM   #3
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thanks, its my friend that posted that. ill go out and let him know what you said.
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thanks, its my friend that posted that. ill go out and let him know what you said.
No problem. Let me know how it turns out....or if it turns out.
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blah, we're working on it. Remote start works!
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While I have nothing to contribute to this thread... I do love remote start.
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im takin all of it off. learn from your mistakes....
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oh yeah, we did fix the doors.
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oh yeah, we did fix the doors.
what was the problemo?
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our wiring guide was incorrect. But then the blinkers quit working. Then located the blown fuse. And now no CRUISE CONTROL! :cussing: :arg: :angryfire :thumbsdow

Any ideas...? I didn't see a fuse for Cruise in my manual, but I hope I just overlooked it.

That Fvcking alarm is coming out tomorrow.
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