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Old 08-29-2014, 06:10 PM   #1
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Default E-Brake/Hand-Break Sensor Wire

Hey Guys,

I am hoping someone can help me out here, I am have a bit of trouble.

I am installing a new Alarm system into my 95 GT and a new head unit. Both of these need a sensor for the hand-brake but i havnt been able to find what color wire to use and were it is.
I found a few places that had suggestions but each one didnt pan out (Sorry can't recall which ones at the moment)

I actually wired the head unit E-Brake sensor to the light switch. GF can watch movies and i can enjoy the drive

So any thoughts on where this could be?

The alarm system is called for wires to be connected to B1 and B2, which i can only assume to be foot-break and e-brake, Thougts?

this is the alarm system: PKE-100L

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