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(Help) Aftermarket Alarm FX wiring system

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Electronics & Lighting' started by Deecarp, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. Deecarp

    Deecarp Member

    Bay Area
    QX60 AWD
    Here is a question for anyone that can lead me in the right direction. I have a compu-star alarm system w/auto start I would like to install. Before I start this process I would like to know if any one has or knows where I can get the wiring schematics for the FX. A diagram would help lead me in the right direction when tapping into the wire system of my FX. I know I could test every lead, but I would like to cut down some time. I still would have to test each line. it just that infiniti seems to ensure that things are never as easy as other vehicles. So any assistance rendered would be greatly appreicated.

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  2. Dr.2K

    Dr.2K iS Doctor on Duty iS VIP

    Santa Clarita, CA
    2005 FX45
    Sorry, can't help you here Dee, but John at the org would probably be the best resource for this. Not for the schematics but for his expertise in possibly doing a lot of after-market alarms.
  3. OP

    Deecarp Member

    Bay Area
    QX60 AWD
    Thanks Doc, I've done a couple of alarms but not on an infiniti. The car is a wiring nightmare.