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 Adding new Siren and Proximity to Sidewinder

Vehicle: 2004 Mustang V6

Some time ago I transferred my Sidewinder 6500ESP to my 'stang with all the trimmings.I just rec'd my new chatterbox and disturbance sensor.

Installation looks fairly straight forward, and I should have no problem plugging in the sensor to the ESP's multiplex port, though I'll need to tap/bridge the Stinger's multiplex 4 pin to do that.

QUESTION:
1. Should I/ do I need to diode out one of the multiplex connectors when I go to bridge those two sensors?
1.a I notice that on the new Stinger shock sensor wire, the warn-away and trigger are bridged at the OEM, should I do the same for the 508d?

2. I don't want to use the 'Vallet Starting blah...' voice promts from the 516, I'd rather have one of the programmed responses for starting the vehicle, a one-shot [sound] that won't repeat. Has anyone has any experience with rigging this and/or is it possible to reassign a programmed output to the remote start? I see that with the 516, when you trigger a message-trigger input longer than .8 seconds, the system plays a full message until 'siren' resets. Does anyone have any experience wiring one of these up this way?

3. Lastly, and probably simple, any suggestion in the 'stang as to where to hide the disturbance sensor where it'll do the best work?

Take it easy, and TIA. --Si

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