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Thread: FAQ: Where to find wiring diagrams for your car & how to rip apart your car

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    Bulldog Security no longer works

    Install Doctor also doesnt carry accurate information. I looked at the GM info which doesnt mention 2001+ changes and Mazda which doesnt mention 1999-2001+ changes. This is okay if you have the older cars like me but it's not very helpful if you have the newer models or if you have an older model and are trying to blend some of the newer OE parts in. :/

    There is allso ALLDATA which costs $15/yr per vehicle but will give you ALL the information you could ever want on your car, both mechanical and electrical. It offers connection pinouts and wiring color codes for every harness and section of the electrical system. Truely invaluable to us who are looking to integrate more than just the sound system. Especially for such things as the BMW I-bus or similar systems like that offered in 2001+ GM vehicles.

    Its kinda expensive but what may be possible is for us all to use a unified account and each pay for our specific vehicles -- thus expanding the SHARED knowledge between differant models and years... not sure how well it'd work but just an idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dopefish
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    Works for me in the link posted in the post right above yours..

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    Quote Originally Posted by arebelspy
    Works for me in the link posted in the post right above yours..

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    Still not working for me. I was at work when I tried earlier, connected through MCI on a muxed T1 connection. I'm at home now through RoadRunner cable and still receiving the same error message.

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    I get the same error, I tried on Dec 6/05 at 10:14 ET

    and then I tried again a min later and it worked

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    Linky in the firts one doesn't work.

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    link fix

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    any body have a username/password for directech's? DEI's web site....i used to know it when i worked at circuit city, but now i do not.... also what computers were you talking about at circuit city, the ones in the car audio section aren't even hooked up to internet..?

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    I was talking about the DB that they have to figure the audio wiring.... they don't need connection to the internet, is more like intranet . (this is down here in miami, don't know about your town)

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