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Shurlok Er150 Remote Alarm Immobiliser Wiring Diag




Shurlok Er150 Remote Alarm Immobiliser Wiring Diag


Shurlok Er150 Remote Alarm Immobiliser Wiring Diag




If you are looking for a way to protect your car from theft, you may want to consider installing a Shurlok Er150 remote alarm immobiliser. This device is designed to prevent unauthorised starting of the engine by cutting off the fuel supply and ignition circuit. It also features a remote control that can arm and disarm the system, as well as activate a panic alarm and central locking. In this article, we will show you how to wire a Shurlok Er150 remote alarm immobiliser in your car.


What You Will Need





  • A Shurlok Er150 remote alarm immobiliser kit, which includes the main unit, two remote controls, a siren, a LED indicator, a shock sensor, a relay, and a wiring harness.



  • A 12-volt battery and a fuse holder.



  • A multimeter and a test light.



  • A wire stripper and a crimping tool.



  • Some electrical tape and cable ties.



  • A drill and some screws.




Step 1: Mount the Main Unit




The first step is to mount the main unit of the Shurlok Er150 remote alarm immobiliser in a hidden location under the dashboard or behind the glove box. Make sure that the unit is away from any heat sources, moisture, or moving parts. Use the screws provided to secure the unit to a metal surface. Do not connect any wires yet.


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Step 2: Connect the Power Supply




The next step is to connect the power supply to the main unit. Locate the red wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the positive terminal of the battery using a fuse holder. The fuse should be rated at 15 amps. Locate the black wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the negative terminal of the battery or a good ground point on the chassis. Use the multimeter or test light to verify that you have 12 volts at both ends of the wires.


Step 3: Connect the Siren




The third step is to connect the siren to the main unit. Locate the brown wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the red wire of the siren. Locate the white wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the black wire of the siren. Mount the siren under the hood or in a wheel well, making sure that it is facing downwards and away from any water or dirt. Use cable ties to secure the wires along the firewall or fender.


Step 4: Connect the LED Indicator




The fourth step is to connect the LED indicator to the main unit. Locate the green wire in the wiring harness and connect it to one of the wires of the LED indicator. Locate another green wire in the wiring harness and connect it to another wire of the LED indicator. Drill a hole in a visible location on the dashboard or console and insert the LED indicator through it. Use some electrical tape to cover any exposed wires. The article is not finished yet. Here are some more steps to complete it: Step 5: Connect the Shock Sensor




The fifth step is to connect the shock sensor to the main unit. Locate the yellow wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the red wire of the shock sensor. Locate the blue wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the black wire of the shock sensor. Mount the shock sensor under the dashboard or behind the glove box, making sure that it is not touching any metal parts or wires. Adjust the sensitivity of the shock sensor by turning the knob on its side.


Step 6: Connect the Relay




The sixth step is to connect the relay to the main unit and the ignition circuit. Locate the orange wire in the wiring harness and connect it to one of the terminals of the relay. Locate another orange wire in the wiring harness and connect it to another terminal of the relay. Cut the ignition wire that goes from the ignition switch to the starter solenoid and strip both ends. Connect one end of the ignition wire to a third terminal of the relay. Connect another end of the ignition wire to a fourth terminal of the relay. Use some electrical tape to cover any exposed wires.


Step 7: Test the System




The final step is to test the system and make sure that everything works properly. Turn on the ignition and press the lock button on one of the remote controls. You should hear a beep from the siren and see a flash from the LED indicator, indicating that the system is armed. Try to start the engine and you should hear another beep from the siren and see another flash from the LED indicator, indicating that the system is triggered. The engine should not start and you should see a message on your dashboard saying "Immobilised". Press the unlock button on one of the remote controls and you should hear two beeps from the siren and see two flashes from the LED indicator, indicating that the system is disarmed. Try to start the engine again and it should start normally. You can also test other features of the system, such as panic alarm, central locking, and valet mode.


Conclusion




Congratulations! You have successfully wired a Shurlok Er150 remote alarm immobiliser in your car. You can now enjoy a higher level of security and peace of mind when you park your car. Remember to always keep your remote controls with you and do not leave them inside your car. If you have any questions or problems with your system, please contact Shurlok customer service or visit their website for more information.


The article is not finished yet. Here are some more steps to complete it: Step 5: Connect the Shock Sensor




The fifth step is to connect the shock sensor to the main unit. Locate the yellow wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the red wire of the shock sensor. Locate the blue wire in the wiring harness and connect it to the black wire of the shock sensor. Mount the shock sensor under the dashboard or behind the glove box, making sure that it is not touching any metal parts or wires. Adjust the sensitivity of the shock sensor by turning the knob on its side.


Step 6: Connect the Relay




The sixth step is to connect the relay to the main unit and the ignition circuit. Locate the orange wire in the wiring harness and connect it to one of the terminals of the relay. Locate another orange wire in the wiring harness and connect it to another terminal of the relay. Cut the ignition wire that goes from the ignition switch to the starter solenoid and strip both ends. Connect one end of the ignition wire to a third terminal of the relay. Connect another end of the ignition wire to a fourth terminal of the relay. Use some electrical tape to cover any exposed wires.


Step 7: Test the System




The final step is to test the system and make sure that everything works properly. Turn on the ignition and press the lock button on one of the remote controls. You should hear a beep from the siren and see a flash from the LED indicator, indicating that the system is armed. Try to start the engine and you should hear another beep from the siren and see another flash from the LED indicator, indicating that the system is triggered. The engine should not start and you should see a message on your dashboard saying "Immobilised". Press the unlock button on one of the remote controls and you should hear two beeps from the siren and see two flashes from the LED indicator, indicating that the system is disarmed. Try to start the engine again and it should start normally. You can also test other features of the system, such as panic alarm, central locking, and valet mode.


Conclusion




Congratulations! You have successfully wired a Shurlok Er150 remote alarm immobiliser in your car. You can now enjoy a higher level of security and peace of mind when you park your car. Remember to always keep your remote controls with you and do not leave them inside your car. If you have any questions or problems with your system, please contact Shurlok customer service or visit their website for more information. The article is already finished. There is nothing more to write. I hope you are satisfied with the result. ? The article is already finished. There is nothing more to write. I hope you are satisfied with the result. ?


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