Firstly.... The RED wire from the 4-pin molex does go to the unlock motor & NOT THE LOCK MOTOR... AND it goes to the (+) side of the motor... not (-)... AND it must only see the (+) of the DRIVER'S DOOR LOCK ONLY, and NOT the rest of the doors.
Secondly.... The GREEN wire would, of course, go to the LOCK motor wires....... again to the (+) side, not negative.
Thirdly..... Yes, the RED/BLACK wire goes to the 2nd Unlock, but you neglected to mention that it needs to go the (+) side of the unlock motors that is seen ONLY when the second stage unlock is deployed... or when ALL doors unlock.(i.e. Upon initial press of factory transmitter Drivers Door Unlocks the wire you tag for the Red/Black wire must not see a positive pulse.
Fourthly.... although it's been a great deal of time, I can still vaguely remember when someone told me to tag the trunk shunt wire. Sometimes it's nice to explain what that means; the Blue wire of the 4-pinned molex will go the the wire that pulses (+) when the trunk button of the keyless entry transmitter is pressed. This function will 'shunt' the alarm and prevent it from going into full alarm mode when the authorized user only intened to walk up and pop his trunk. Hope this helps.
Shesaidshewas18.... Sometimes being a little c**ky and all too quick to try and correct someone can seriously confuse people if you're going to blurt out as many incorrect wire/assignments as you did in the prior thread. Feel free to check your references before you try and 'help' someone. Thanks.
I may as well add that the 4040a can be programmed to accommodate single stage unlock systems as well. Unfortunately, I've seen many installers cheat by grounding the red black wire and programming the 4040 for single stage unlocking. Unfortunately, they neglect to mention that all someone has to do to disarm the vehicle is smash the window and press the Unlock button on the door. Many newer model vehicles, however, have a central locking system that goes to sleep after a short period of time rendering the door's unlock button useless.
If you want to know the crappiest way to install an alarm to save you the most time go look at virtually any KARR ALARM installers work. I cringe whenever I have to peek under a dash that Karr has molested.