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Can anyone help me with a 2002 Dodge Stratus SE wiring diagram, for the sedan, not the coupe.???
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|       ITEM      |     WIRE COLOR     |POL|       WIRE LOCATION        |
|              12V|pink/black & red    |+  |ignition harness            |
|          STARTER|yellow              |+  |ignition harness            |
|         IGNITION|blue                |+  |ignition harness            |
|  SECOND IGNITION|green/red (20awg)   |+  |ignition harness            |
|        ACCESSORY|black/orange        |+  |ignition harness            |
| SECOND ACCESSORY|black/white         |+  |ignition harness            |
|       POWER LOCK|white/green         |*1 |conn. C4, pin 15 @ BCM *2   |
|     POWER UNLOCK|same                |*1 |same                        |
|       LOCK MOTOR|orange/black        |   |conn. C4, pin 9 @ BCM *2    |
|     UNLOCK MOTOR|blue/white          |   |conn. C4, pin 13 @ BCM *2   |
|    DISARM DEFEAT|pink/lt. blue       |   |conn. C4, pin 25 @ BCM *2   |
| PARKING LIGHTS +|black/yellow        |   |headlight switch or DKP     |
|       HEADLIGHTS|purple/white        |+  |headlight switch            |
|     DOOR TRIGGER|*3                  |-  |BCM *2                      |
| DOME SUPERVISION|use door trigger    |   |                            |
|  TRUNK/HATCH PIN|tan/black           |-  |conn. C4, pin 18 @ BCM *2   |
|TRNK/HTCH RELEASE|black/white         |5wi|conn. C4, pin 1 @ BCM *2    |
|  FCTRY ALARM ARM|lt. green/orange    |*4 |conn. C4, pin 4 @ BCM *2    |
|FCTRY ALRM DISARM|same                |*4 |same                        |
|       TACHOMETER|*5                  |   |*5                          |
|      SPEED SENSE|white/orange        |8  |conn. C2, pin 66 @ PCM *6   |
|       BRAKE WIRE|white/tan           |+  |brake pedal switch          |
|     HORN TRIGGER|black/red           |-  |steering column             |
|           WIPERS|brn/wht, red/yel    |+  |wiper motor                 |
|  LF WINDOW UP/DN|lt. blue - white    |A  |drivers window switch       |
|  RF WINDOW UP/DN|brn/wht - pur/wht   |A  |drivers kick panel          |
|  LR WINDOW UP/DN|blu/wht - red/blk   |A  |drivers kick panel          |
|  RR WINDOW UP/DN|gry/blk - grn/wht   |A  |drivers kick panel          |
| SUN RF OPN/CLOSE|not recommended     |   |                            |
|        RADIO 12V|pink                |+  |radio                       |
|     RADIO GROUND|                    |   |                            |
|     RADIO SWITCH|red/white           |+  |radio                       |
| RADIO ILLUMINATE|orange/brown        |+  |radio                       |
|       LF SPEAKER|green - brn/red     |   |radio                       |
|       RF SPEAKER|purple - blu/red    |   |radio                       |
|       LR SPEAKER|brn/yel - brn/lt blu|   |radio                       |
|       RR SPEAKER|blu/wht - blu/org   |   |radio                       |

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NOTE: Chrysler vehicles that use a gray ignition key have an immobilizer system that needs to be bypassed when remote starting.  *1 Lock is positive thru a 1800 ohm resistor, unlock is positive thru a 750 ohm resistor. Must use relays.  *2 The BCM is attached to the fuse/relay box at the end of the dash on the driver side. Connector C4 is a 26 pin plug on the bottom edge of the BCM.  *3 All the door triggers are in connector C4 at the BCM. The drivers door trigger is tan in pin 5, the front passenger door is tan/red in pin 6, the left rear door is tan/orange in pin 7, and the right rear door is tan/yellow in pin 8. Use all four and diode isolate each.  *4 Arm is positive trigger thru a 1800 ohm resistor, disarm is positive thru a 750 ohm resistor. Must use relays.  *5 For tach go to either a coil or an injector and use the wire that is NOT green/lt. green.  *6 The PCM is between the air filter box and the power distribution box on the driver side of the engine compartment.


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Thank you. i realllllllly appreciate it :)
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No problemo
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Also, i have a dei 451m relay, and i was wondering if anyone has a diagram to hook it up in my locks, and to a viper alarm
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Ignore DEI's "must use relays" nonsense.

Use two resistors of a slightly smaller value than what is called for, attached directly to the alarm's lock/unlock outputs. Then attach two diodes to the other end of the resistors. Tie the two diodes into the car's white/green wire.

Since the alarm's outputs aren't as strong as the relay pack would be, you may have to fiddle with the resitor values a little bit to get it working. But Chryslers aren't too picky about exactly which resistor you use, and using the wrong one won't break anything.

Also, at least on the last one I did, straight negative trigger through a diode (no resistor), will also do unlock.
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thank you. it did work. i appreciate it :)
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