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Immobiliser - Autowatch 629 Ti I have purchased a autowatch 629 Ti immobiliser. There is a wiring diagram which is not helpful. I need to know which wires the circuit 1 wires and circuit 2 wires from the wire harness attach to. The diagram show that you have to cut circuits to be immobilised. But there is no explaination what circuits to cut ,these wire are are where they come from. Therefore I do not know which wires to cut so that I can attach circuit 1 and circuit 2. The rest of the diagram is fine except which wires to connect circuit 1 and circuit 2.

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Hi mate you able to post up the diagram
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