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Old 02-17-2004, 09:26 AM   #1
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Default how to install a proximity sensor into a clifford arrow 5 alarm?

my friend just gave me his proximity sensor out of his viper alarm, is it possible to connect it to my clifford alarm?? there are 4 wires. black, red, blue, and green. i know what the black and red wires are for, but don't know about the blue and green. i read in another thread that you can connect the blue and green wire together and tap those wire into another green wire that is comming from the shock sensor, but that was for a viper, can this be done on a clifford arrow 5 alarm? Click the image to open in full size.
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My proxy sensor only has two wires and its connected to a Clifford alarm.

Maybe its just not compatible.

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Click the image to open in full size. just to make things clear, the proximity sensor came out of a viper alarm, but it wasn' a viper proximity sensor. it was a universal one he bought off ebay


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DEI makes sensors made for Cliffort Alarms,

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But Universal should be ok, look for ur install book for ur alarm and find what goes to what to hook it up, if u got it for free, might as well try
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But Universal should be ok, look for ur install book for ur alarm and find what goes to what to hook it up, if u got it for free, might as well try
that's the problem, i don't have an installation book, it only came with a manual, and when i tried looking at http://www.directed.com, the link to the arrow 5 didn't work Click the image to open in full size.
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