I bought the system called prostart it's a 3 in 1 alarm/starter/door clocks, I wired everything up right the first time I added a starter kill relay. But the first time I installed it I used a real thin gauge wire single line copper wire and the door locks were working, I used this wire to test since it was all I had around, I assumed that in the winter this would pose a problem with the wire getting too cold it might break so I bought automotive twist wire. I wired the relays again and this time it wouldn't work. I ran a different set of wires from the door switch
as I thought maybe a wire broke in the door but still the same. I then thought maybe I wasn't getting a good ground so I placed it in multiple places but still the same. I then proceeded to test all ends of the wires with my digital voltometer and all readings are good. The fuse is good under the glove box and the door switches work without the relays, but is there another fuse that maybe I have blown, to me it seems like when I connect the power to the relay its constantly live you can hear the coil inside the relay activate and stay activated as long as the 12+ wire is connected my other assumption is the alarm module itself got fried. What do you think? Where should I connect the 12+ wire to, I had it connected to the 12+ (red wire) at the ignition constant power.
Sunday, April 16th, 2006 AT 2:37 AM