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mnviking28 
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Posted: December 05, 2006 at 10:05 PM / IP Logged  
I am looking for a wiring diagram to install a remote start in a 2005 Jeep Liberty.  It has the factory remote in key and I have already gotten a bypass XK03 from bypasskits.com.  I have found a few vague diagrams, but nothing that is real helpful. 
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 Wire/Function Colour Location/Description Polarity
 PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT YES TRANSPONDER   SEE NOTES 
 12 VOLTS Red Ignition switch harness   + 
 IGNITION Pink/green Ignition switch harness   + 
 ACCESSORY Pink/yellow Ignition switch harness   + 
 posted_imageThere are 2 Pink/yellows, one for the radio and one for heater, test carefully.
 STARTER Lt.blue/red Ignition switch harness   + 
 KEY SENSE Violet/tan Ignition harness   - 
 TACH SIGNAL SEE NOTES     
 posted_imageThere is an uncommon wire at each coil which can be used for tach.
 FUEL INJECTOR Opposite from Orange/dk.green At any injector on engine   AC 
 LOCK Tan/blue (1500-ohms) In large harness to left of brake pedal   - 
 posted_imageThis is a 1-wire system with resistors. The keyless entry is built in to the ignition key and works even while the vehicle is running. Unless you are installing after-market security, no connection to the doorlock wire is required.
 UNLOCK Tan/blue (470-ohms) In large harness to left of brake pedal   - 
 posted_imageThis is a 1-wire system with resistors. The keyless entry is built in to the ignition key and works even while the vehicle is running. Unless you are installing after-market security, no connection to the doorlock wire is required.
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DOORPIN SEE NOTES     
 posted_imageViolet (left front), Violet/white (right front), Violet/gray (left rear) & Violet/yellow (right rear) all 4 wires are (-) and found in the large white plug above the driver's kickpanel.
 TRUNK PIN Tan/black or Violet/orange In large White plug above driver's kickpanel   - 
 TRUNK RELEASE Blue/green or lt.green/white In large White plug above driver's kickpanel   + 
 FACTORY ARM SEE NOTES     
 posted_imageTo arm the alarm, pulse the TAN driver's doorpin at the same time as the lock wire.
 FACTORY DISARM Disarms with unlock     
 BRAKESWITCH White/tan At switch above brake pedal   + 
 PARKLIGHTS Pink/red (900-ohms) At steering column   - 
 HAND BRAKE Green/white At switch on handbrake lever   - 
 HORN Green/violet At steering column   - 
 VSS WIRE Green/yellow Behind fusebox (under driver side dash)   AC 
 DATABUS INTERFACE Pin-2(top row from left) Diagnostic plug below dash   DATA 
posted_image Available Notes
Vehicle Notes 
PLEASE NOTE: This vehicle is equipped with TRANSPONDER chips in the ignition keys. This system must be bypassed for Remote Starter installation. A keyless bypass module may be available, contact your distributor to find out. If one of these modules is not available to you, see the appropriate security diagram for bypass instructions.

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