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I need to put and alarm on my taurus but can't find a wiring diagram any where. Help anybody!?
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check bulldog security's website.  They have alarm/remote start wiring color charts for most vehicles.

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I was given the following diagram in a previous post can some one give me some instruction on it:

FORD / TAURUS / 2003

12volts      lt. green/purple       +       ignition harness
Starter      red/lt. blue       +       ignition harness
Ignition      red/lt. green       +       ignition harness       
Accessory      gray/yellow       +       ignition harness
Second Accessory      black/lt. green       +       ignition harness          
Power Lock      pink/yellow       -       26 pin plug @ GEM
Notes: The GEM (Generic Electronic Module) is to the left of the steering column.
Power Unlock      pink/lt. green       -       26 pin plug @ GEM
Notes: The GEM (Generic Electronic Module) is to the left of the steering column.
Lock Motor      pink/black       5wi      top plug of fuse box
Unlock Motor      red/white       5wi      top plug of fuse box
Parking Lights+      brown       +       headlight switch or fusebox                 
Reverse Light      black/pink       +       
Door Trigger      black/orange       -       20 pin plug at GEM
Notes: This wire controls the door ajar indicator on the dash, must cut the wire and diode isolate it from the instrument cluster. Can also use individual negative door trigger wires in the 26 pin plug at the GEM. They are: yellow/black (LF), gray/red (RF), lt. green/yellow (LR), and pink/lt. blue (RR).
The GEM (Generic Electronic Module) is to the left of the steering column.
Dome Supervision      black/lt. blue       +       top plug of fuse box
Trunk/Hatch Pin                     
Notes: On the sedans use black/pink (-) at the light in the trunk. On the wagons use white/purple (-) in the 26 pin plug at the GEM.
Hood Pin      tan/lt. green       -       26 pin plug at GEM
Notes: The GEM (Generic Electronic Module) is to the left of the steering column.
Trunk/Hatch Release                     
Notes: With keyless entry it is purple/yellow (-) at the switch. Without keyless entry it is gray/red (+) at the switch. On the wagon, to unlock just the rear hatch use yellow/lt. green (-) in the 26 pin plug at the GEM.
Factory Alarm Arm                     
Factory Alarm Disarm      pink/white       -       26 pin plug at GEM
Notes: The GEM (Generic Electronic Module) is to the left of the steering column.       
Tachometer      tan/yellow       ac       PCM
Notes: The PCM (Powertrain Control Module) is on the passenger side firewall under the hood.       
Brake Wire      red/lt. green       +       brake pedal switch                 
Horn Trigger      purple or blue       -       steering column              
Immobilizer Bypass Module:     Required: Yes     Type: SecuriLock     Part #: 555U
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Mainly need help on the GEM part. do i tap into these wires on the GEM
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if some one could just elaborate a lil bit on this it would help. I've installed a remote starter before but these new cars are somin else
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Yes you tap into those wires the same way you would tap into ignition wires or any other wires..Be sure to test all wires first as you never know if the info available is 100% accurate. Good luck,

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Does anyone know what the GEM looks like I have a preety good idea but want to be 100%
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On the wiring coming from the main control unit has the following:
red wire that's to be hooked up to 12V on key cylinder
blue wire that's to be hooked up to Power supply wire for air-conditioner or heater(ACC output)
two brown wires that's to be hooked up to "key on"
and a yellow wire that's to be hooked up to the power supply wire for starter motor

On a 2003 Taurus what wires would they "hook up" to
Constant 12V+     Green/Black        Ignition Switch Harness
Starter      Red/Light Blue      Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition      Red/Light Green      Ignition Switch Harness
Ignition 2      Gray/Yellow      Ignition Switch Harness
Accessory      Gray/Yellow      Ignition Switch Harness
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red-grn blk
ylw-red blu
brn-red lt grn
brn2-gry ylw This needs to be tested with a meter
blue-gry ylw This needs to be tested with a meter

It doesnt sounds right that the factory would wire their car with the same wire colors doing two different things off of the same switch. Good luck.
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"red wire that's to be hooked up to 12V on key cylinder"

This will go to the thick green/violet or yellow wires off the ignition cylinder.

"blue wire that's to be hooked up to Power supply wire for air-conditioner or heater(ACC output)"

This will go to your gray/yellow wire off the ignition cylinder.

"two brown wires that's to be hooked up to key on"

These will go to your red/green and black/green wires. If it is possible to program one of these to be off during crank instead of an ignition wire, program the one that you hook to the black/green wire that way.

"a yellow wire that's to be hooked up to the power supply wire for starter motor"

This will go to your red/blue wire off the ignition cylinder.

Sounds like you have some conflicting information so be sure to test all your wires! Good luck,

Mike
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