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2008 Chevrolet Cobalt Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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puzzzeler 
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hello im looking for the wireing digram (remote start /alarm) for a 2008 chevy cobalt ,thank you in advance for your help.
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Chevrolet Cobalt 2008
WIRE COLOR LOCATION POL.
Battery 1 RED / Black At BCM J3 Connector Pin D1 [50A] Positive
Ignition 1 Small Yellow At BCM J4 Gray Connector (Behind Fuse Box) Pin DP3ositive
Starter 1 WHITE/ Black See Diagram (1) At BCM J2 Connector Pin 56 & 62 Resistor
Accessory 1 Small Brown At BCM J4 Gray Connector (Behind Fuse Box) Pin C8 Positive
Parklights Positive Brown At BCM J3 Connector Pin A7 Positive
Parklights Negative BROWN / White At BCM J2 Connector Pin 5 Negative
Brake Lights White At BCM J1 Connector Bottom Pin 31 Positive
Horn Tan At BCM J2 Connector Pin 14 Negative
Tach BROWN / White (2) At Ignition Coil 1 Cyl
Lock White At BCM J1 Connector Pin 6 Or 7 Negative
Unlock White At BCM J1 Connector Pin 6 Or 7 1.5K
Trunk Brown At BCM J1 Connector Pin 57 Negative
Driver Door Unlock Tan At BCM J3 Connector Pin B1 Reverse
E-Brake Lt.Blue At BCM J1 Connector Pin 14 Negative
Clutch Lt.Green (3) At Large Conn. At Left Of Steering Collumn Pin B7 Resistor
OEM Hood Switch Pink/Black (4) At BCM J1 Connector Pin 4 Negative
Disarm RF Only
Rearming RF Only
Trunk Pin ORANGE / Black At BCM J1 Connector Pin 55 Negative
Door Pin FL Gray/Black At BCM J1 Connector Pin 22 Negative
Door Pin RL Lt.Blue/Black At BCM J1 Connector Pin 1 Negative
Door Pin FR Tan/White At BCM J1 Connector Pin 19 Negative
Door Pin RR Lt.GREEN/ Black At BCM J1 Connector Pin 20 Negative
Fuel Pump Dk.GREEN / WHITE At The ECM Under The Hood C1 Pin 14 Positive
Rear Defogger Lt.Blue At BCM J2 Connector Pin 68 Negative
VSS Yellow At The ECM Under The Hood C2 Pin 18 AC
Head Lights Tan/White At BCM X1 Connector Pin 60 Negative
Auto lights OFF PURPLE / White At BCM J2 Connector Pin 17 Negative
Wiper Protection Pink At BCM J4 Gray Connector (Behind Fuse Box) Pin E6 Positive
BackUp Lights Lt.Green Driver's Running Board Harness Positive
IM/OM Compatibility
- OM-Passlock-5 (310-907-551) - OM-CUT-II (310-908-500) - OM-CUT-3 (310-907-516) - OM-GMC-6 (310-907-543) - OM-Passlock-6 (310-90
- OM-Passlock-6 (310-907-552) - PKUGM2X - XK01 - GMDL7X - XK06 - PKG7 - 1701G - CANMAX400 - GM5 - CANMAX400 - DLPKIGM
- CANMAX400 - DLPKIGM7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Comments :
Note :This vehicle is equiped with the new generation GM start system (ION style) and an immobilizer system that needs to be bypassed
If you're using a OM-GMC-6, program an output for Ignition instead of "ground out when runing''
(1) There is no starter wire on this car, see steering collumn diagram for installation.
(2) For Ecotec engine you can use Lt.blue/Black, Lt.GREEN / WHITE, ORANGE / White or Purple at large loomed harness from the engine to ECM. See Picture
(3) To bypass the clutch, use a 180ohms resistor with a negative output set for Starter and connect directly to the clutch wire
(4) Only if equipped with an OEM remote starter, also pin 3 is Purple (-) N.O. OEM Hood Switch, and Pink/Black is N.C.
puzzzeler 
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thank you so much i have a email out to you
schickenipple 
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I have discovered that by connecting the Factory Alarm Disarm wire from the remote start/alarm into the status input of the XK06 bypass module, you can disarm the factory alarm without an interface. The only side effect is that the accessory is energized in the process. It shuts off after a few minutes though.
bluealtezza 
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I've been searching a lot of sites, including a lot of time on this site and still can't seem to find the answer i'm looking for - which hopefully is very simple.
I'm installing a remote start (crimestopper rs4) on a 2008 Cobalt (auto, no power doors, windows, and no factory alarm).
So far I have everything hooked up except the starter wire - and from the wiring diagrams that are copied and pasted in every post there is no starter wire. So I tried to find out as much info as possible for the bypass that seems to be required but that's where things get fuzzy.
Is the bypass absolutely necessary when there is no factory alarm system? If so, can one get this at a best buy or car audio/security place without a problem? (I'm assuming they come with seperate wiring instructions?)
If it's not needed, then what am I missing?
Thanks!
!magine 
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On the clutch, for the negative output and 180 ohm resistor, will the starter (-)200mA output be fine, or should i connect a relay so the the (-)200mA fires the coil /w a constant 12v, switching the clutch wire (through the 180 ohm resistor) to ground (chasis)?
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The (-) starter output is sufficient.
Jeff
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ozmitsu03 
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got a question ive been out o the install game for a while. i am doing an 08 cobalt ss im doing the viper vss5000. i feel dumb but how do you hook up the starter wire when there is no starter wire again and im doing the smart start system with the iphone controls. and does the dlpk xpresskit bypass any help will be greatly appreciated. if its easier my phone number is 6306188972 my name is dan thanks for any help
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Just follow the instructions from the DLPK module and this will interface with the starter circuit.
Jeff
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paul0999 
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I am installing a remote start on a 2010 cobalt, the wiring instructions i have are the same as the one posted above..my problem is also the STARTER wire..would someone please be able to explain to me from scratch what i should do with it? Thanks in advance


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