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    Well, I did the "free" alarm mod to my '03 V-8 access cab SR5 yesterday. I've been looking through the posts, and I couldn't find an answer to my question. I pulled the jumper wire from behind the driver's kick panel, and that's it, the alarm functions began working. Somewhat close to where the jumper was installed, is a connector of the same type that was on the jumper wire and it's not connected to anything. Do I need to plug this into where I removed the jumper? Is this only for the glass breakage sensor and the indicator light? Thank you all for your help in advance

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    I havent heard of this mod. I searched and found some info on the gen2, but nothing on gen1. Do you have a link to this process?
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    i have seen this in other forums but they used a computer to basically turn the alarm "On" but that is 2nd Gen i believe....so could you post more info on this mod, like where you read about it and maybe a pic? sounds tempting
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    I have a 2005. I bought the alarm and installed it myself. It included removing the aformentioned jumper wire and plugging in the flashing LED and beeper unit. Cost about $200. Pull the jumper wire and you are all set without the flashy light and beeper. doug

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    do you think you could get a picture pleaaaaaaaaase
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    I did the mod on my 05AC and it cost about $20 for the dash mounted indicator light. I've lost all the instructions for it, but it's not difficult if you can find the directions here. I bought the part from Connicelli. I hope the spelling's right. After doing the mod and recalibrating the GBR, do the auto lock/unlock and unlock all doors at once mod as well.

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    i never found the instructions but i did figure it out :P i pulled this little jumper out and BAM alarm goes off when messing with locks inside truck :P now i just have to buy a bright led and mount it somewhere GBS im not worried about so much have to tamper with locks anyway really... i dont have a good working camera or i would take a pic of the jumper and removal....my phone might work but ill see
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    I actually found the instructions. Check all posts from "Jonesie" and you should find them; otherwise, I can probably scan em in. The wires on the new status monitor have to be taken out of their connector and inserted into a 4 pin connector in the truck. Jonesie did a helluva job detailing all the step-by-step instructions if they are still onsite.

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    now would i be able to get a regular LED and wire it up to work? i mean...seems like i should i have the alarm working now just want an LED...hoping to just spend 5 bucks for an led without buying the "monitor"
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    Default Re: "Free" alarm

    Ya take a pic of it sometime.

    Quote Originally Posted by netrickyaz View Post
    i never found the instructions but i did figure it out :P i pulled this little jumper out and BAM alarm goes off when messing with locks inside truck :P now i just have to buy a bright led and mount it somewhere GBS im not worried about so much have to tamper with locks anyway really... i dont have a good working camera or i would take a pic of the jumper and removal....my phone might work but ill see

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    Heres some pics
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    I did some searching and found this thread:
    RS3000 Security, TOTAL RIP OFF

    It looks pretty promising, although I didn't get to read the whole thing. I also found these instructions for an 03 which should work on 03-05s.

    http://www.tundrasolutions.com/forum...s3200plus-5-a/

    I will try it this weekend If I have time. I will post if I get this to work.
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    I have the alarm working and this weekend i will do the LED addition but now...what color.... :P hard choices! but im sure glad so far i spent 0 dollars to upgrade to the full alarm

    **EDIT: i would like to see if anyone has some pics that actually work to adjust the GBS i might do the whole mod this weekend**
    Last edited by netrickyaz; 09-20-2009 at 09:37 PM.
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    so to dis engage the system do you just put the key in the ign.? or do you need a key fob?

    Actually just read the links and looks like since I dont have a remote I wont be able to do this.

    oh thanks for the pics too.
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    well from what i understand it wont work unless you have the keyless entry already...and if you do but dont have the fobs then i believe the key in the ignition will disengage it and its also disarmed but using the key on the door.
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