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Old 07-15-2010, 06:46 PM   #1
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2g security system - horn/headlights when locking?

I've searched and can't seem to find anything or anyone whom has done this mod. I have a 2g eclipse spyder which of course has the factory power locks and key fob. I'd really like to know if there is a way to wire up the factory system to honk the horn (briefly) when the power locks are hit with the key fob.

Some poking through the wiring harnesses may give some results, but I'm new to DSMs and haven't been able to find anything on this yet. Right now, my best guess may be to wire in a relay to the horn that is triggered by the lock actuator. But this will cause the horn to honk when I use the key in the door lock- which I don't want....

The reason for the request is that I'm happy with the factory security (and good insurance) but fear that I may walk just out of range when hitting the fob, leaving the car unlocked unknowingly.

Is there a how-to or anything out there for this? Again, I've searched and haven't come across anything. If there isn't, I'll start poking diagrams and wires.
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