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Old 08-22-2011, 03:13 PM   #1
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So I have a Python 1401 alarm and an Xpresskit bypass module PLJX. While I am no stranger to soldering wires or disassembling the vehicle, I've never installed a kit like this before.

Directions are of course nonexistent online and I have no interest in paying an installer 200$ to do this.

So my questions (thank you in advance for any help)

How does the bypass module relate to the actual Python controller?

Is this a case of Python harness -> module -> existing wiring?
Or should they both by tapped into the existing vehicle wiring?

Best spots to mount all these boxes (with an eye toward troubleshooting)?
I'm sure I have more questions as I look at it, so if anyone has a good basic install guide for this type of device I'd be very grateful.

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I attempted to upload the pdf of the install manual for this bypass kit. it wont allow bc of size. Google PLJX and it comes up tho
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Cool. I was looking at the manual, I'm presuming I have the VATS passlock 2 version (2002 firebird). I've pretty much concluded that I should tackle this one step at a time.

First the Bypass module, then the remote system itself. Any other tips for one of these installs or mistakes to avoid?
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I would install the remote start system first. then test it with your key in the ignition. If this works you know your install is good and then install the bypass.
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