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2009 Dodge Journey Alarm Wiring


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VSMTrigger 
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Hey guys. Im gonna attempt to install a Viper 160XV remote start on a 2009 Dodge Journey and was wandering if anyone has the wiring info that I need. Thanks.
VSMTrigger 
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^^^^^wondering.....sorry
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i am unsure as to that specific vehicle, but most new chrysler vehicles require pulling the ignition box apart and soldering directly to the circuit board. I would definately look into getting ahold of the data bypass for the vehicle to make things and heck of a lot easier. Sorry for the lack of info, but every little bit can help
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this car does have the new style ignition. pretty easy if you have the module(s) you can use a idatalink module with ring or a xk06 and a pku-ch2 but only the idatalink will do locks and security functions. either way will require at least 3 wires soldered onto circuit board in ignition. idatalink requires 4.
12volts             light blue/red     ign. harness
ignition            pink/white        ign. harness
parking lights(+)   WHITE/ purple       driver kick panel
domelight(+)        yellow/white       driver kick panel
lock(-)330 ohm      PURPLE / green       harness above gas pedal
unlock(-)100 ohm    PURPLE / green       harness above gas pedal
horn(-)             GREEN/ purple       horn switch
brake(+)            GREEN / WHITE or green brake switch
VSMTrigger 
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The only modules I have at my disposal are the XK06 and the 556U (DEI). I know im going to loose a key with the 556U, but do you think i can get it to work with these parts?
When using these parts together will i have to diode isolate the status output wires (gwr) when connecting them to the alarm brain?
Thanks hydroz_23 and offroadzj for your input.
hydroz_23 
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VSMTrigger wrote:
The only modules I have at my disposal are the XK06 and the 556U (DEI). I know im going to loose a key with the 556U, but do you think i can get it to work with these parts?
When using these parts together will i have to diode isolate the status output wires (gwr) when connecting them to the alarm brain?
Thanks hydroz_23 and offroadzj for your input.
yes a 556u will work

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