Installing the alarm system in your car is a complex
Understand your car and assimilate required tools
To begin with, understand the way your car has been built. The easiest way is to obtain diagrams of the car's layout so that you can check out the wiring system. This is important because every car comes with slightly different wiring system. Although the user manual is useful, to have a precise idea about the wiring of your car is helpful. Secondly, get the required tools. Screwdrivers, cutting pliers, screws and a drill are adequate. This is common for installation of Burlingame car navigator and iPod car installation.
Mounting the siren
For mounting the siren, find the mounting area, which is usually below the hood of your car or in the inner fender. You will have to undo the panels covering it in order to place the siren out of sight. The siren should not be close to heat sources such as heater cores, radiators and exhausts. Maintain a distance of at least one and a half feet between the heat source and exhaust. The speaker of the siren should face downwards in order to protect it from water damage. The surface behind the chosen spot should not contain wiring because you need to drill screws into it which might cause damage to the wiring. The siren can be mounted with nuts, bolts and screws.
Fix the wiring
The next step is to drill into the rubber firewall so that the wire of the siren can be passed through the hole to the back seat. The power line of the alarm system should be close to the battery. A fuse wire needs to be attached. Using screws, nuts and bolts, the control module should be mounted under the steering column below the dashboard.
Fix the LED display
You can drill into the dashboard to fix the LED screen. The wiring will also pass through the hole to connect the screen. A mounting tape can be used to secure the LED indicator.
Identify the wires that are connected to door lighting and power locking system. A sensor should be connected to these wires. All input and output wires should be attached to the alarm module.
You will find a lot of wire in the car. Just bundle them and secure them under the dashboard. Finally, connect the power input wire to the car battery.