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Need help on my Viper alarm. I need to know which one on the Aux/Shutdown/Trigger section i need to use?? Im installing the Viper 5204V remote start on my manual integra 1996. what do i need to use the remote start???
 

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Here is every wire you *need* to connect on that page:

References :
http://www.team-integra.net/forum/17-audio-security-electrical/193539-remote-start-diagram-help.html
G3 Wiring Information (Radio and Alarm) - Team Integra Forums - Team Integra
Wiring diagram - Bulldog Security


Main Harness, 6 pin:
H1/1: Red -> Thick white ignition wire
H1/2: Black -> ground this somewhere good
H1/3: Brown -> siren's red wire (ground the siren's black wire)
H1/4: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
H1/5: White -> there is a male spade along the top of the fuses, this wire can be connected to the spade that shows 12v when the parking lights are on
H1/6: no connection

Door Lock, 3-pin connector:
1: Blue -> unlock wire which is Black/Red wire that is at one end of a gray plug *behind* the cruise control (remove the 10mm nut on bottom and you can swivel the cruise module up out of way)
2: no connection
3: Green -> lock wire which is Black/White wire on other end of above plug

Aux/Shutdown/Trigger Harness:
01: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
02: no connection (if remote start is active, this wire provides a ground signal)
03: Red/White -> used to drive a relay if you want to be able to pop your trunk in a G1, G2 or 94-97 G3 (add on piece needed, like this)
04: no connection (optional to light up your dome light upon disarming via a relay)
05: no connection (if remote start is active, this wire provides a ground signal)
06: no connection (control something else from remote)
07: no connection (control something else from remote)
08: no connection (control something else from remote)
09: Gray -> mount the hood pin and connect to this wire
10: Blue -> trunk pin, which is green wire in driver kick panel/door-sill harness... shows 0v with hatch open, neither power or ground when closed
11: White/Blue -> remote start activation, you can wire a push button to this to be able to activate the starter from within the car
12: Violet/White - > Tach signal which is blue wire with silver dots on the longest blue plug on back of gauge cluster. use A/C mode on multimeter to test (picture)
13: Black/White -> run to the base of the hand brake lever, there is a single wire plug at it's base, tag there (#5 here)
14: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
15: Green -> hook to Green/Red wire in driver A pillar (ground signal for dome light, tells alarm either door was opened)
16: no connection (provides a ground output while alarm is triggered)
17: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
18: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
19: no connection (control something else from remote)
20: Brown -> brake signal which is Green/White in driver kick panel/door sill. shows 12v with brake pushed, 0v when it's not
21: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
22: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
23: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
24: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)

Remote Start, 10 pin heavy gauge:
(ALL these stock wires are in the wires running from ignition harness to fuse box area)
H3/1: Pink -> thick Black/Yellow wire (powers the ignition)
H3/2: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
H3/3: Orange -> thick Black/Orange (powers the HVAC)
H3/4: Violet -> cut the car's Black/White wire, hook up the "car side" to this wire (12v out to the starter solenoid)
H3/5: Green -> to "key side" of cut starter wire (12v source for starter solenoid)
H3/6: Red -> thick White wire (constant power)
H3/7: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
H3/8: no connection (not applicable in an Integra)
H3/9: Red/Black -> thick White wire (constant power)

 
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