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      07-05-2012, 03:03 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by whats77inaname View Post
I was reviewing some of the other links from the video, and one guys posted this:



Instead of backing out the pin(s), I'm simply going to order one (or two) of these

http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=060-776



and put it inline on one (or both) of the 6 and 14 wires. We can locate them wherever we'd like, as we don't have to trip the switch to start the car, so they don't have to be in reach of the driver. Seems like the most cost-effective, sensible solution to me. If you wire one on both pins, they can be in 2 completely different locations, which means a thief will have to try and trace and find out where they're running to, costing them valuable time.

Turn it on when necessary, turn it off all other times.

Thoughts?
CAS will wake up as soon as a door or unlock button is triggered.

A kill switch such as what you have described above would be the only way.
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