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roooler 
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Hello everyone well real quick.. for Christmas i put a Crime stopper RS-1304 in my fathers 2005 GMC Sierra 1500 (4) door.. i used Omegas DB-GMDLBP for the Bypass. however i could not figure out were to hook the BROWN wire coming off of it.. It says it needs a (-) connection so i grounded it out. well the truck remote started, key less entry everything just great, until the next morning it had a dead battery.. we jumped the truck and everything still worked great until once again a dead battery the next morning..
So i finally unhooked the brown wire, the truck will not remote start now but it will still key less entry.. and ever since i unhooked the brown wire it has NOT had a dead battery?
If anyone could help me out i would greatly appreciate it!!
Thanks
Karston Davis
RoOoLeR@gmail.com
JWorm 
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Posted: January 04, 2009 at 5:40 PM / IP Logged  
Connect the brown wire to a wire labeled as (-) ignition output, 3rd (-) ignition output, status output, or ground when running output on the Crimestopper. Different manufacturers call it different things.
roooler 
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On my crimestopper there is a ORANGE / Black wire labeled as
(-)Ignition/Anti Grind.. i was told by the manufactures of the Crime stopper to clip this wire off and not use it cause the DBGM will take care of it? i tried connecting the Brown wire to it anyways and it didn't work?
brhaugen 
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You need a ground(-) output from the RS that is only active while the RS is activated.
Brent Haugen
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roooler 
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yes i understand that i guess my question is.. what would be the best wire to connect it to? or how should i go about this? On my truck i just connected the brown wire to the ORANGE / black wire and it worked but i also used a 555L Bypass instead of the DBGM
brhaugen 
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Posted: January 04, 2009 at 6:52 PM / IP Logged  
Your orange and black wire should work.
Hopefully you didn't cut it to short.
If you did you may be able to get the pin out of the connector.
There is usually a little metal tab that holds it in.
If you depress it and pull just right you should be able to get it out.
Solder a new wire to the tail and re-insert the pin.
I prune my harnesses also, however I cut them an inch or two long and tape them to the other wires, just in case.
Brent Haugen
Fargo, ND
roooler 
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Posted: January 04, 2009 at 7:12 PM / IP Logged  
I did leave about 3 inches of wire in case i needed them so even though the BLACK/ Orange wire is Hooked to NOTHING i can still hook the brown wire to it and it should work?
todds440 
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On crimestoppers you need the yellow/black wire coming from the remote starter to the brown wire of the GMDLBP.  This wire from R/S has (-) output the whole time the R/S is active.
todds440 
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The ORANGE / black is a oem disarm wire.
roooler 
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yes your right sorry about that i got my wires mixed up so all i need to do is connect the brown to my Yellow/Black correct?
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