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Old 07-12-2018, 03:53 PM
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I see in your pics a br/y or bl/y cable that needs to be hooked back up. For some reason they have a yellow cable connecting them.

I also se a green dotted cable that needs to be connected to its other end.

Is that what you are talking about
 
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If you have not already. All that tape needs to come off to see what is going on
 
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Old 07-12-2018, 04:38 PM
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Ok so in the very last pic the 2 wires that are sticking out look like factory wires not aftermarket ones. Should I be concerned or do anything with those 2 wires?

Those are the lock input and unlock input wires that go to the power door lock control unit. Normally, there is a gray 2P connector with those wire located under the dash. There probably was an aftermarket alarm previously installed and they cut off the connector. You can cut the exposed ends off and tape them up.


 
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Old 07-12-2018, 05:06 PM
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In the following photos, the Blu/Blk wire is most likely non-OE.



One piece was spliced into the OE Grn/Wht wire for the brake switch. Probably there was previously an aftermarket alarm/remote starter. Hooking up to the Grn/Wht wire is generally done to simulate the brake pedal being depressed to be able to start the car, by momentarily applying 12 volts to that circuit.


 
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