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Can some please help me with the wiring information for a 2004 honda civic cope....

I am about to install a Security system with remote start....

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I think the wire colors for the 2003, and 2004 are the same I'm not real sure on that but I will look for a tech sheet for you.
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Constant 12 voltsWHITEIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 12 voltsBLACK/YELLOWIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
StarterBLACK/WHITEBACK OF DRIVER FUSE BOX *
Dome LightGREEN/RED (-)AT UNDER DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX **
Trunk Pin SwitchRED (-)AT SWITCH OR LIGHT IN TRUNK
Parking LampRED/YELLOW (+)AT UNDER DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX ***
Power LockWHITE/BLUEAT 20 PIN CONNECTOR IN #201
Power UnlockWHITE/GREENDRIVERS KICK PANEL
#201-See Negative Pulse Door Lock Diagram. * Installing A Starter Kill Relay At The Ignition Switch Harness Before The Starter Wire Enters The Driver Side Fuse Block May Cause A "Check Engine" Light To Come On. Starter Wire Should Be Accessed After Fuse Block. ** See Tech Notes Section *** See Tech Notes Section

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Window UpD\ RED/YEL P\ BLU/RED D\ BRN/WHT P\ BLU/ORG @ MAIN #211
Window DownF/ RED/BLK F/ BLU/WHT R/ BROWN R/ BRN/YEL SWITCH
Ign Key WarnRED/WHITE (-)AT IGNITION SWITCH *
Trunk ReleaseN/A
OEM HornORANGE (-)STEERING COLUMN HARNESS
HeadlightsBLUE/RED (-)AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH OR UNDERDASH FUSE
OEM Alarm Arm
OEM Alarm DisarmWHITE/BLACK (-)UPPER DRIVER KICK

#211 See Reversal Rest At Ground Window Circuit. * Or GREEN 16 Pin Connector At OEM Security Control Module, Behind Dr Dash. OEM Underhood Security Horn-BLUE/RED At OEM Horn Behind Driver Front Bumper No OEM Hood Pin Availible

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Remote Start
Tach SignalBLUE2 PIN CONN BY BATTERY *
Ignition #2BLACK/REDIGNITION SWITCH HARNESS #239
Ignition #3N/A
AccessoryWHITE/REDIGNITION SWITC HARNESS
Neutral SafetyL GREEN (-)AT UNDER DASH FUSE BOX
Brake LightWHITE/BLACK (+)AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
Reverse LightWHITE (-)AT SWITCH ON TRANS **
Rear Window DefrostYELLOW/BLACK (-)14 PIN GRN CONN BEHIND DEFROST SWITCH

#239- See Immobilizer Bypass Diagram. * Alt Tach Signal At 8 Pin Grn Conn At Underdash Relay Box ** Alt Reverse Wire Location At Reverse Relay Behind Glove Box ** Honda Immobilizer Bypass Available.
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That is from a 2003 Civic..wires may be the same..I'm not sure. Test with a DMM and you will be fine. Good luck..hope this helps.
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