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08 Ford F-250 Aarm/Remote Start Wiring


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bigwd 
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what up dose any body have any info 4 remote staryt alarm any info would b helpful thanx
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Battery          BLUE/RED          (+)     IGNITION SWITCH
FOR HIGH CURRENT LOAD GO TO VEHICLE BATTERY
Ignition 1     WHITE/ ORANGE          (+)     IGNITION SWITCH
Accessory 1    VIOLET/GREEN          (+)     IGNITION SWITCH
Accessory 2    BROWN / YELLOW          (+)     IGNITION SWITCH
Starter 1     BLUE/WHITE          (+)     IGNITION SWITCH
Key Sense     BLUE/GRAY          (+) STEERING COLUMN HARNESS
Tachometer     BLUE     (AC)          AT HARNESS NEXT TO BRAKE PEDAL
Parking Lights     BLUE/GRAY          (-) HEADLIGHT SWITCH     
               
IF THE VEHICLE IS EQUIPPED WITH AUTO HEAD LAMPS USE MUST USE TWO RELAYS. ONE RELAY WILL GET CONNECTED TO WHITE/ VIOLET(HEADLAMP OFF) THE OTHER WIRE WILL GET CONNECTED TOVIOLET/GREEN(AUTOLAMP ON). WITHOUT AUTOLAMP ONLY ONE RELAY ON HEADLAMP OFF.
Low Crr. Pk Lights VIOLET/WHITE         (+)      DRIVERS KICKPANEL
Brake Lights         VIOLET/WHITE    (+)          BRAKE SWITCH
Horn              YELLOW/RED         (-)      STEERING COLUMN HARNESS
All Door Trigger      VIOLET         (+)
UNDER DRIVERS SILL IN HARNESS COMING FROM PASS SIDE
Domelight Super          GREEN/ BLUE   (-)      HEADLIGHT SWITCH
LF Latch         GREEN/ VIOLET     (OPEN)     
IN HARNESS IN DRIVER KICKPANEL
RF Latch          WHITE          (OPEN)
IN HARNESS IN PASSENGER KICKPANEL
THESE TRIGGERS REST AT (-) AND ARE OPEN WHEN THE DOOR IS OPEN
This is the tach location
Parking lights diagram
dtk1 
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all this is audiovox information also for the immobilizer bypass you could used an xk04 made by bypasskit.com
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I would find a positive parking light wire in kick or in harness to rear. Usually violet/white on newer Fords I have worked on. Some are brown so test those colors with test light or dmm while turning parking lights on.
The wire I'm test'n isn't doin' what it's supposed to be doin'... I am so glad I printed that tech sheet, with the wrong info.
Do it right the first time... or I might have to fix it for ya
15yr12vinstallr 
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All I am see looks like for diesel. Anybody know if gas the same?
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Parking lights (POS)+ are found in the junction connector at about your knees. Purple.green.. but, Best to use the PURPLE / white @ the SJB in the pass kick, the other is only fused at 5 amps.  MUCH easier than negative.

No wait to start needed..... 10 second delay if programmable.


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