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Need Help with viper 5704

Old 09-20-2012, 02:58 PM
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Need Help with viper 5704

hello i made this to make it easier for the people helping me out. this is the last questions i have before i am done. ok this is for a 2004 honda civic. dx. before i post i have a couple questions
1.Does the viper alarm have a built in kill start in it? Or do I have to add in some relays?
2.If i want my a.c or heater to turn on what wires do i connect together?
3.Should I connect the tach wire? or use virtue Tach? Heard the tach wire is for cars that need longer cranking. (Cold weather/older cars.)
Ok these are all the questions I have thanks. Also let me know if im missing any diodes or relays thanks.
The window module is
http://www.directed.com/guides/manua...N530T_1-00.pdf
The bypass module is this
PKH34 Honda & Acura Transponder Data Override
And the alarm guide is this
http://pdf.ampire.de/viper/N5704_2011-09b_web.pdf
the vehicle wiring guide
Vehicle wiring diagrams

And here is the questions for the alarm.


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