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coonsht 
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I've managed to locate all the wires for proper remote starting operation, yet have had great difficulty finding the wires for the parking lights and power locks. I'm aware of the colors, yet can't find any resource that pinpoints the exact location more specific than "driver's kick panel" for the parking lights and "harness left of steering column" for the lock wires. Most important is the parking light wire to confirm remote start is operative from a distance.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
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you need to be using a DMM to verify the operation of the suspect wires to be sure you have the correct one. are you saying those colors are just not in those locations?
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The locations are too generic to locate the wires. There are multiple looms in both locations with a myriad of similar wires.
I was hoping someone familiar with the Sedona could be more specific, like "it's in the harness coming behind the fuse block second to right", or the like.
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coonsht wrote:
The locations are too generic to locate the wires. There are multiple looms in both locations with a myriad of similar wires.

thats why you need to own and know how to use a DMM.

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ckeeler wrote:

thats why you need to own and know how to use a DMM.

Please refer to the first line of my initial post. I didn't just tap into the first wires I saw on the ignition harness without confirming their identity. I'm well aware of the necessity for a multi-meter.
I'm also congnisant of the ills of haphazardly probing unknown wires.
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Parking LightsWHITE/ RED(-)DASH DIMMER SWITCH

Audiovox adds black connector to the door lock wires.

2004 kia sedona remote start wiring -- posted image.Power UnlockRED / GREEN(-)UNDER DRIVERS DASH LEFT OF STEERING COLUMN BLACK CONN2004 kia sedona remote start wiring -- posted image.
2004 kia sedona remote start wiring -- posted image.PowerLockWHITE/ BLACK(-)UNDER DRIVERS DASH LEFT OF STEERING COLUMN BLACK CONN
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Many thanks! 2004 kia sedona remote start wiring -- posted image.

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