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Old 05 Sep 2014, 02:54 pm
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Default honda alarm going off

2000 Honda Accord EX
Trunk latch alarm. If I disconnect the connector leading to the trunk latch
does anyone know which wires go to the alarm switch. I did find two pins
that when the trunk is open are shorted and when the trunk is closed are
infinite ohms. I assume that the switch is closed when the trunk is open
and open when the trunk is closed. What I really need is a wiring diagram
of the trunk latch but can't fine one to date. I tried getting at the
connector at the hood latch. It is fastened to the car body and I've been
unable to make any wrench size, both mm and inch, turn the bolt--either too
small or too big--frustrating.
Trying to keep the alarm from arming itself due to intermittent going off
and on for no apparent reason. Did WD40 the heck out of the hood latch,
wiped around the best I could. Left the car alarmed for a couple of days
(in the garage) and nothing happened. Could be that I cleaned up a dirty
switch that acted as a short every now and then, especially when it was wet
out--but still leery of trusting it not to go off so looking for a way to
fake it out.

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