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Can anyone help? I recently purchased a add on alarm to my 1999 ford taurus. The alarm is oem from ford company. code alarm system 4 with the new pc-32 module which can be used with my existing remotes. I need a wiring diagram of my taurus se so that I could attemt installing it myself. My car did not come with the factory alarm just the remote keyless entery module/(RAP)module. If any one can help me obtain the wireing diagram or assit me with the installation It would be deeply appreicated. Thanks!!
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Here You go!!!!!

12volts lt.grn/ppl or yellow   + ignition harness
Starter red/lt. blue   + ignition harness
Ignition red/lt. green   + ignition harness
Accessory gry/yel & red/blk   + ignition harness
Second Accessory black/lt green   + ignition harness
Power Lock pink/yellow   - drivers kick panel
Power Unlock pink/green   - drivers kick panel
Parking Lights+ brown    switch or fuse box   
Door Trigger black/lt. blue   + under dash light
Trunk/Hatch Pin black/pink   - at trunk light
Trunk/Hatch Release pnk/yel or gry/red    at release switch
Tachometer yellow/white    ignition coil
Brake Wire red/lt. Green   + Brake switch or DKP
Horn Trigger purple/orange   -

PATS Immobilizer bypass needed

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Thanks!! Tommy I really appreciate time and help. Hate to be a bother but could you tell me what a pats immobilizer bypass is. Is that something that should of came with the alarm or something I need to purchase seperately.

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If the add-on is not a remote start deal, I don't believe you need the pats immobilizer.
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No It's not a remote start. thanks so much tacomacrew. I really appreicate the help.

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THE PATS Module is used for a remote start if you decided to add it on. If your doing an alarm system you don't need to use the pats bypass.


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Thanks for the help I sure could use all the help I can get. I going to try to install it tommorow using the diagram you provided for me. I never install one before but I have install other things in my car.   
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