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SpazMatic
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 Do I Need An Installer...

Hey, I was just wondering if it is necessary to get a professional to install an alarm system. I have a feeling I can handle it myself but I just want to be sure. I'm going to buy a keyless entry and alarm with no shock sensors or anything complicated like that. I already have power locks on my car. I've installed all my stereo equipment myself and know my way around the car. Just making sure so I don't pay someone money for something I can do myself.... Thanks

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Alarms are a pain in the ass. Make sure you have a good multimeter and some patience!

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What kind of vehicle/alarm, and what features do you want?

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Well with a name like SpazMatic........

LOL

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mtxpro2006
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 just a thought

ok, a thought to ponder... you will be in there cutting either ignition or starter wires, door lock wires, and many others... if you are not 100% SURE you can do it, DONT DO IT. i have seen many many many of my buddies decide that "it cant be that hard" and then i always ended up with their car in my driveway or bay while i was cussing them...why risk leaving yourself or your family STRANDED somewhere just to save a few bucks... i dont think id try a do-it-yourself heart bypass surgery, id rather go to a doctor... LOL If you DO install it, more power to ya, just READ THE F'N DIRECTIONS!! and take your time. REMEMBER- test every wire b4 you hook it up!

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 RE: RE: just a thought

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Originally posted on 08-11-2005 by hornedfrog2000
I am probably going to have a shop do it, but I will be damn sure they hide the stuff good, and I will then probably add some more horns.

Just make sure the 'horns' don't sound like 'frogs' RIBIT, RIBIT! Sorry, but I just couldn't resist. There are self contained alarms from Bulldog and better yet, DEI (WASP and HORNET). These alarms are very simple to install, but the downside is you can't upgrade add ons and the entire alarm is 1 unit, instead of hidden parts. Better than nothing though! Like I always say: "It is better to be safe than sorry".

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