Car Alarm Installation Tips
Car alarm installation is an important process, but not one that is out the realm of the average Do-It-Yourselfer. By following these tips and the manufacturer's instructions installing a car alarm yourself should save you money.
Do not rush through the installation or skip steps which seem obvious. Since this alarm is designed to protect the valuable investments within your vehicle and the car itself, take time to proceed slowly. If possible, split the installation up into a couple of days or time periods if you begin to get frustrated or tired.
Purchase a Wiring Diagram
For those who do not have large electrical experience, a wiring diagram can do wonders for the ease of installation. Chilton handbooks or an Internet search can often cost very little but save valuable time.
Check Your Tools
Make sure you have all the tools before you begin. This will not only save you trips to the store, but having to stop in the middle of a procedure can cause confusion when you return. Having to attempt a makeshift tool can mean the alarm isn't installed correctly.
Use a Multimeter
Do not substitute a test light for the multimeter. Test lights use much more current and could easily damage circuits within the car even without intending to.