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Anybody Know How To Install Remote Alarm?

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by gunkhean, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. gunkhean

    gunkhean New Member

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    anybody know how to install the alarm for yamaha 135 LC (T135)? recently i bought the 2 way alarm system brand steelmate. after i read the diagram, i dun understand it. anybody can help me? if possible please let me know the wiring colour code wish to cut & install.
     
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  3. john_carlo

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    if like a cyclone alarm or v-safe no wiring harness will be cut just will tap the wire.. post the pixture of the alrm set
     
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    gunkhean New Member

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    Is just like the cyclone alarm diagram. Just wanna know the pink cable where to connect? If no connect the alarm function is no fully function. The diagram give me is 4 point at the key switch. But for our 135 is only 2 wire.
     
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    pink and gray wire will be connected to the + of the ignition coil.. that will control the remote engine start bypass and the remote engine shut off
     
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    I tried already but the problem is the fuse always get burn.
     
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    if that so maybe your other wire is not connected properly or in wrong connection kindly tell me what color of the wire and the color of the wire you connect it at our lc 135...
     
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    philippines t135

    cyclone alarm
    red wire--- tap in the redwire going in the + of the battery
    blue wire---tap in the starter blue wire
    brown wire--- tap in the cdi brown wire
    2 yellow wire-- tap in the signal light + wire left and right
    pink and gray wire tap in the ignition coil + wire...

    no cutting of wire will be done just tap it..
    then if there is a optional stater selection in the main box of the alarm like the cyclone put it in the + start selection..
     
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    Ok thank. I will try it this sunday.
     
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    this what actualy the steelmate 883 alarm wiring diagram looks like.
     
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    this is the same diagram as cyclone just follow my wiring code and your good to go...
    notice the orange wire that wire is equal to brown wire in cyclone alarm you will not connect that to the key module wire just connect that in the brown wire in the cdi..

    notice that there a 4 terminal in the bateery so you will not follow this because t135 has only 2.. im using cyclone alarm more than a year using the wiring code i mention so far so good its ok until now..
     
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    so u means that
    1)orange wire connect to brown color wire in cdi
    2) pink & gray wire connect together then tap to ignition coil +ve wire (i think have 1 wire from ignition coil to cdi)
    3) red wire tap to battery 12v
    4) black wire tap to body
    5)yellow is tap to left & right signal wire
    6) blue wire tap to starter blue/white wire

    correct me if i'm wrong. TQ so much.
     
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    correct sir... happy DIY
     
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    sir what color is + wire in ignition coil?
     
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    i forgot the color but its the only small wire plug in the coil the other one is the high tension wire
     
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    Thank God for this. I made my alarm work. Kudos sir @john_carlo for sharing.
     
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    This was the worst choice of anything i have done to the bike, installing an alarm. That thing was problems with the charging system from the day it was hooked up. Was cool as it talked and said "step away from the vehicle" or some crazy crap but wasn't worth the hassle of killing the battery all the time.

    Glad someone had some good luck.
     
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    Twas a while till I spoke with you buddy @tabi1. All I did was hook up a 5 pin Relay On the alarm so it can engage and disengage if there is 12v on the relay. After long hours of configuring which wire hooks up with which i finally managed to get it right. Now it works like a charm. As for the battery It doesnt eat up a lot of juice since its just an alarm. I also removed the talking part. Its kinda Corny and Childish. Sounds like a talking toy for kids. Haha :D

    When I installed the alarm the only thing you cut is the black wire on the CDI split it into two and hook it up on the relay. And the alarm hooks up directly to the battery.
     
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    Good deal, ours is still on the bike but not hooked up but yea that would be great if it could work again as a little more safety is always a good thing.
     
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    I finally managed to Hook it up and get it to alarm. But somehow i can not use the anti HotWire function. Hoping for someone to show a proper wiring diagram for our lc135.
     
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    is this also same with T150 , can't see the image:confused:
     

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