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2000 galant factory alarm and immobilizer


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TJ92Civic 
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Posted: March 06, 2008 at 3:57 PM / IP Logged  

Hey I found this diagram on here and just have two questions...

|       ITEM      |     WIRE COLOR     |POL|       WIRE LOCATION        |

|              12V|blue / YELLOW         |+  |ignition harness            |
|          STARTER|BLACK / YELLOW        |+  |ignition harness            |
|         IGNITION|BLACK/ white         |+  |ignition harness            |
|        ACCESSORY|blue/red            |+  |ignition harness            |
| SECOND ACCESSORY|blue/black          |+  |ignition harness            |
|       POWER LOCK|purple              |-  |either kick panel or *1     |
|     POWER UNLOCK|lt. GREEN/ red       |-  |either kick panel or *1     |
|       LOCK MOTOR|blue/red            |   |drivers kick panel          |
|     UNLOCK MOTOR|blue/black          |   |drivers kick panel          |
|    DISARM DEFEAT|blue/orange         |   |passenger kick panel        |
| PARKING LIGHTS +|GREEN / WHITE         |   |at the fuse box             |
| PARKING LIGHTS -|                    |   |                            |
|       HEADLIGHTS|                    |   |                            |
|     DOOR TRIGGER|GREEN/ orange        |-  |top front of the fuse box   |
| DOME SUPERVISION|                    |   |                            |
|  TRUNK/HATCH PIN|white               |-  |at light in the trunk       |
|         HOOD PIN|blue/black          |-  |underdash fuse box          |
|TRNK/HTCH RELEASE|                    |   |                            |
|  FCTRY ALARM ARM|                    |   |                            |
|FCTRY ALRM DISARM|red *4              |-  |drivers door harness        |
| DISARM NO UNLOCK|                    |   |                            |
|       TACHOMETER|white               |   |instrument cluster or *2    |
|      SPEED SENSE|yellow/black        |   |instrument cluster or radio |
|       BRAKE WIRE|green               |+  |brake pedal switch          |
|     HORN TRIGGER|GREEN / WHITE         |+  |*3                          |
|           WIPERS|blu/red, blu/org    |+  |wiper motor                 |
|  LF WINDOW UP/DN|RED / blk - grn/blk   |A  |drivers door switch         |
|  RF WINDOW UP/DN|RED / wht - grn/wht   |A  |drivers kick panel          |
|  LR WINDOW UP/DN|green - yellow      |A  |drivers kick panel          |
|  RR WINDOW UP/DN|orange - grn/yel    |A  |drivers kick panel          |

Notes:

NOTE: Some models have an immobilizer system that needs to be bypassed during remote start.  *1 The door lock wires are in a black plug behind the fuse box, above a green module.  *2 On the 6 cylinder models, the white tach wire can also be found at the distributor. On the 4 cylinder models, the tach wire can also be found at the ignition failure sensor on the intake manifold, the white wire is in a 4 pin plug with three BLACK/ stripe wires.  *3 Horn relay in engine compartment relay box, or also found right at horn behind left side of front bumper.  *4 When doing remote start on vehicles with factory alarm, must also interrupt the blue/red (-) key sense wire at the steering column using the status output wire to bypass the factory starter kill.

1.) For the factory alarm disarm states "When doing remote start on vehicles with factory alarm, must also interrupt the blue/red (-) key sense wire at the steering column using the status output wire to bypass the factory starter kill."

Does this mean there is no alarm disarm wire, you just need to hook the status wire up to the key sense wire? So the car thinks the key is in it and bypasses the starter kill? Or is there a relay needed?

2.) Some models have an immobilizer system that needs to be bypassed during remote start. 

Anyone know what models have the immobilizer? Or what the key will look like? And 556u will work if needed?

Thanks.

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Posted: March 06, 2008 at 9:56 PM / IP Logged  

look for a yrellow/white to disarm, in the drivers kick. It will pulse negative when turning the key in the door.

Yellow is for arming, same location, same polarity.

TJ92Civic 
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Posted: March 06, 2008 at 10:29 PM / IP Logged  
KarTuneMan wrote:

look for a yrellow/white to disarm, in the drivers kick. It will pulse negative when turning the key in the door.

Yellow is for arming, same location, same polarity.

Ok thanks. Will i still need to use the key sense wire to bypass the starter kill?

tedmond 
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Posted: March 07, 2008 at 2:10 PM / IP Logged  
usually using key sense just allows the car to disarm since it sees a "key" in the ignition. you arent using the key sense wire to bypass the starter defeat(immobilizer) you use the status output or ground out when running to trigger a bypass unit.
lavie2k9 
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Posted: April 11, 2008 at 9:42 AM / IP Logged  
How would I hook up the yellow wire to arm my factory alarm when I lock my car?
I have a remote start module, but I don't know if it has the wire to hook up to the factory alarm.
I have the Autocommand OEM 28624TN

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