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2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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samrod 
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All,
Can anyone post a copy of the alarm install diagramfor a 2008 f250 superduty ? I seen previous post Tweatmaster claims DEI has it avaliablehttps://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp~TID~101867I dont have access to DEI's Installer database.
Thanks in Advance
Sam
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PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT YES TRANSPONDER SEE NOTES posted_image This vehicle is equipped with an IMMOBILIZER passive anti-theft system. Please refer to the security diagram before any remote start installation. 12 VOLTS Blue/red Ignition switch harness + IGNITION WHITE/ orange Ignition switch harness + ACCESSORY Violet/Green Ignition switch harness + ACCESSORY 2 BROWN / yellow Ignition switch harness + STARTER Blue/white Ignition switch harness + KEY SENSE Blue/gray Ignition switch harness + TACH SIGNAL Blue In driver's kickpanel (loose wire) AC posted_image May also be found in harness left of steering column. LOCK Blue/green In driver's kickpanel - UNLOCK Yellow/purple In driver's kickpanel - DOORPIN Blue In harness from under driver seat + BRAKESWITCH Violet/white At brake switch + posted_image May also be YELLOW /GREEN in driver's kickpanel. PARKLIGHTS Violet/white In driver's kickpanel + HAND BRAKE WHITE/ violet In driver's kickpanel - HORN Yellow/red Steering column - CLUTCH SWITCH Blue/orange In driver's kickpanel
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go to techservices.audiovox.com and resister for free. Its not as badass as directechs but it will get you by. I would have just copy and pasted   but it would have looked like crap on here, and I'm too lazy to edit it all up.Ever since directechs has changed the site, its now integrated into my works portal, so i haven't been able to access it from home
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samrod 
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EXCELLENT!!!
great info people.
I went to the audiovox link signed up in seconds I had the info in hand!
Thanks again everyone!!
-=Sam
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All,
I have 08 ford F250 Diesel 4 door with factory Power locks and Keyless entry.
I have 2 remaining issues I've yet to resolve.
I'm unclear about the power Door locks what style they are and how to hook the alarm wires into them.
The DEI Alarm Manual 5900 SST says
Light Blue -- (+) LOCK (-) UNLOCK OUTPUT
Green (-) LOCK(+) UNLOCK OUTPUT
My Schematic has two options
1- Standard Vehicle
1- Optional Factory wireless entry system (This is what I have)
Audiovox Says---
2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty Alarm/Remote Start Wiring -- posted image.
DEI says----
2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty Alarm/Remote Start Wiring -- posted image.
They both say similar but different things.
I also read the How to Tell what system I have. But was left more confused.
and dont want to experiment then burn up something.
Can some one tell me what system I have? and if I need to have relays etc..
Thanks to all in Advance.
-=Sam
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green to blue/lt. green
lt. blue to yellow/purple
The motor wires don't get used unless you want 2-step unlocking (Hit unlock once drivers door unlocks, hit it again the remaining doors unlock).
samrod 
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All.
I have and 08 F250 Diesel Ford Superduty.
I installed an DEI Immobilizer Platform 04 Firmware PKFORD
I wired it in, and Programmed.
With the key near the Key switch my vehicle starts.
If I take the key away from the key switch NO GO
I get the SECURITY LIGHT in the DASH MSG.
I hear All the vehicle electronics start but no START.
I tried to reset and re-program the unit Many times. same results.
I tried reversing the RX/TX wires NO go. I made sure No ground was present at the Brown wire. still No Go. any suggestions?
Thanks in Advance
Sam
2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty Alarm/Remote Start Wiring -- posted image.
2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty Alarm/Remote Start Wiring -- posted image.
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The brown wire needs to see a ground during the remote start process. This is what turns on the bypass. Hook it up to the ground while running wire of the remote start.
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Even though it says "ground when running"
Ill give that a try.
and post results.
Thanks.
-=Sam
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Great I will give that a try.
I would like to have the two step unlocking though.
What would be the wiring of that?
-=Sam
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