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Posted: November 19, 2009 at 8:42 PM / IP Logged  
I have not come across a GM / Chevy truck yet that had those wires at the BCM ( 2003-2007 Classic )
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Velocity Motors wrote:
I have not come across a GM / Chevy truck yet that had those wires at the BCM ( 2003-2007 Classic )
me either. only done a handful of the work trucks but still haven't found them yet
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yes its def. a 2006 gmc sierra W/T i bought it brand new from dealership. its a regular cab, 2 door, power mirrors, power locks, rubber coated floor, 4.8 liter V8, 4WD, dual climate, control, CD player.
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If no wires for the door locks at the BCM then what pin should the data wire be on the OB2 connector under drivers side dash??
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Interesting, i have seen only a few WT's in those years and have seen the Lock wires in the drivers fusebox. I don't recall ever going to the BCM for them but assumed they were there since it was listed(thinking the wires i get in the fusebox originate there).

The data wire is pin 2 in the connector, purple...

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I found the wires on mitchell where non of the alarm starter wiring programs seem to show these trucks.

Mitchell shows it as a base truck door lock wiring.

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so does this mean that the wires for the door locks could be in the fuse block on the drivers side of the dash? what harness and pins are the wires located for the door locks that i have to splice into for keyless entry alarm?
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I found them at the bcm pink plug notes are at work but i do believe pink/black  and PURPLE / black.

But this is a 2009 2006 is different.

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Yea, totally different truck. The wires i have used in the fuse box were the standard light blue and white, but i would love to know if you were to slip a piece of wire in B5 and B10 and grounded the other end if the locks would activate....
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Go to a dealership and test drive a truck and try it out.

 

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