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remote start wiring for 2005 pontiac g6


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archer159 
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I am in need of the wiring for an 05 G6. Any tips are greatly appreciated as it has been a while since working on any newer GM products. (I used to do this professionally) Thanks in advance.
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Battery RED / WHITE (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS Ignition 1 PINK (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS Accessory 1 BROWN (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS Starter 1 START WIRE NOT NEEDED Anti-Theft Type GM PASSKEY IIIŽ VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER Anti-Theft Descript THE KEY SENDS AN RF SIGNAL TO THE BCM MODULE THROUGH AN ANTENNA LOCATED AROUND THE IGNITION CYLINDER Tachometer TAN (-) AT FUEL INJECTOR OR PCM MODULE BEHIND DRIVERS SIDE HEADLIGHT UNDER HOOD Crankshaft Sensor LIGHT BLUE/BLACK (AC) AT PCM MODULE BEHIND DRIVERS SIDE HEADLIGHT UNDER HOOD Camshaft Sensor BROWN / WHITE (AC) AT PCM MODULE BEHIND DRIVERS SIDE HEADLIGHT UNDER HOOD Speed Sense YELLOW (-) AT EBCM MODULE BETWEEN BRAKE BOOSTER AND DRIVERS SIDE SHOCK TOWER UNDER HOOD Parking Lights BROWN / WHITE (-) AT BCM MODULE BEHIND TRIM AT FRONT OF CENTER CONSOLE ON PASSENGER SIDE Brake Lights WHITE (+) AT BCM MODULE Reverse Lights LIGHT BLUE (-) AT BCM MODULE BEHIND TRIM AT FRONT OF CENTER CONSOLE ON PASSENGER SIDE Horn TAN (-) AT BCM MODULE BEHIND TRIM AT FRONT OF CENTER CONSOLE ON PASSENGER SIDE
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I do not know how long it has been since you did a remote start, but I am guessing by reading that the start wire is not needed to do a remote start, that this is not going to be an easy car for you to try and get back into the game with.
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Here is a link to Bulldog Secutity:  http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/bdnew/vehiclewiringdiagrams.asp   They have the wire listing and some nice pictures for your car.  With the right bypass module, the car can be fairly easy to do.

You will need a bypass module for your car, it has PK3+ immobilizer.  You can save yourself some time by spending a little more for the bypass and get one that takes care of the door locks, trunk, factory alarm, etc.  Here is a link to Fortin offerings for your car:  https://ifar.ca/en/vehicles/pontiac/g6/2005/  Their modules come pre-loaded and ready to go.  The DEI DLPK  is the same thing.  http://www.xpresskit.com/product.aspx?productid=122

Good luck.

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Being slightly anal I noticed that tach in the above list is shown as NEG rather than AC is this a typo?
Also a question I'm hoping can be answered, could you use either crankshaft or camshaft positional sensors to obtain a tach reading?
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Thanks for the help. I havent done a rs since last winter but got this car done in about 4 hours... not too bad. I didnt have the module for the keyless but resistors and relays work just fine. It was actually easier than I was prepared for. Thanks again for the info.


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