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salden77 
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2006 gmc sierra W/T came with power locks, no factory keyless entry, need to know what bypass to use if any. and also wiring diagram.
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installing aftermarket key less entry/alarm.
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Look above for the link "vehicle wiring" and look under 2006 Chevy Silverado, it's the same. No bypass for just  keyless/alarm, lock wires are at the BCM.
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Mike, the locks wires are no longer at the BCM for these truck ( since 2002 ). The lock wires are data and he will need to use a iDatalink ADS-DL to control the OEM alarm as well as the lock and unlock.
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if you are doing alarm/keyless only, not R/S you can also use a MULTIDL or 456G or equivalent as you don't need to bypass the PL circuit.....
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Velocity Motors wrote:
Mike, the locks wires are no longer at the BCM for these truck ( since 2002 ). The lock wires are data and he will need to use a iDatalink ADS-DL to control the OEM alarm as well as the lock and unlock.

Jeff, i have to disagree. The WT trucks are 2 door and have no DDM, thus the lock pulses should be in the drivers fuse box or the BCM. This is true even on the 2007 and up WT's. No module is needed to control locks on any WT since they were thought of....

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i checked the lt. blue plug at the BCM, no wires for the door locks on pin b5, or pin b10
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Huh, are you sure this is a WT? How many doors does it have?
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I did a 2009 sierra today doorlock wires were at the bcm pink plug

truck did not have a factory alarm

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I have seen several posts here about the Work Trucks being different from the more commonly seen upper end trucks.  The work trucks do have conventional door lock systems. 
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