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2010 Jeep Wrangler Alarm/Remote Start Wiring


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webxfx 
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Posted: November 27, 2010 at 6:10 PM / IP Logged  
I've course I'm looking for the wiring info - I think I got most of it but mostly looking for where Power is, park lights, and then I'll need the e-brake and clutch info.
I think I could figure it out when in the car but any info before I start work be great
mpe235 
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Posted: November 27, 2010 at 6:12 PM / IP Logged  
 MODEL  YEAR(S)
 WRANGLER  2007 -2010
 KEY  T-HARNESS  IMMOBILIZER
  N/A   N/A   Transponder with MUX requires interface module see NOTE #1
 PART   COLOR  LOCATION
 12 VOLT CONSTANT   RED(+)   @ BATTERY or TIPM, NOTE #3
 STARTER  YELLOW/GRAY(+) ( NOT FOR REMOTE START ) SEE NOTE #1  on FIREWALL under Hood, (BLACK, 34-PIN PLUG) or TIPM (BLUE PLUG) PIN 8, NOTE #3
 STARTER 2  PURPLE / BROWN (-)thru a 180 Ohm Resistor, see NOTE #1  @ IGNITION SWITCH, (BLACK, 5-PIN PLUG) PIN 2
 IGNITION 1  PINK/WHITE (+)  @ IGNITION SWITCH, (BLACK, 5-PIN PLUG) PIN 3
 IGNITION 2  N/A  
 IGNITION 3  N/A  
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 1  USE STARTER 2 WIRE, (-) thru a 560 Ohm Resistor, see NOTE #1  
 ACCESSORY /HEATER BLOWER 2  N/A  
 KEYSENSE  N/A  
 PARKING LIGHTS ( - )  N/A  
 PARKING LIGHTS ( + )  WHITE/ ORANGE(+) (Left) and WHITE/ PURPLE(+) (Right)  in PASSENGER KICK PANEL or TIPM (BROWN PLUG) PINS 8 and 36, NOTE #3
 POWER LOCK  VIOLET/LIGHT GREEN (-) thru a 330 Ohm Resistor, SEE NOTE #2  in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or TIPM (WHITE PLUG) PIN 2 NOTE #3, see diagram
 POWER UNLOCK  USE LOCK WIRE, (-) thru a 100 Ohm Resistor, SEE NOTE #2   see diagram
 DOOR TRIGGER  PURPLE / WHITE to PURPLE (-)  in DRIVERS KICK PANEL or TIPM (WHITE PLUG) PIN 11, NOTE #3
 DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION  YELLOW/WHITE (+)  in PASSENGER KICK PANEL or INSTRUMENT CLUSTER, (BROWN, 20-PIN PLUG) PIN 4
 TRUNK RELEASE  N/A  
 SLIDING POWER DOOR  N/A  
 HORN  DARK GREEN/ PURPLE (-)  @ HORN SWITCH or or INSTRUMENT CLUSTER, (BLACK, 20-PIN PLUG) PIN 10
 TACH  Any wire NOT BROWN / WHITE (AC)  @ Any FUEL-INJECTOR
 WAIT TO START LIGHT  N/A  
 BRAKE  WHITE/ TAN (+)  @ BRAKE SWITCH or TIPM (WHITE PLUG) PIN 10, NOTE #3
 FACTORY ALARM DISARM   N/A  
 ANTI-THEFT  TRANSPONDER ANTI-THEFT  TRANSPONDER @ IGNITION SWITCH TUMBLER
 EXTRA INFORMATION
 NOTE #1: THIS VEHICLE USES A SPECIAL IGNITION THAT REQUIRES A PKUCH2X, PKUCH2GX, PKUCG2X, OR A PKUMUX, MODULE FOR REMOTE START...A CHALL MODULE WILL DO REMOTE START,DOOR LOCKS, AND FACTORY ALARM. NOTE #2: THIS VEHICLE USES A SINGLE WIRE DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM THAT REQUIRES EXTRA PARTS. SEE DIAGRAM. NOTE #3: THE TIPM (TOTALLY INTEGRATED POWER MODULE) IS LOCATED IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT, ON THE PASSENGER FENDER.
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tdmaster 
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Posted: June 23, 2011 at 4:37 PM / IP Logged  
In note #2 - what diagram are you referring to? I do not see one in the post!
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Posted: June 23, 2011 at 4:53 PM / IP Logged  

Here is a link to the Bulldog Security site where that info came from:  http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/bdnew/vehiclewiringdiagrams.asp

Look up the vehicle and click on the diagram link on the right.  The diagram is somewhat specific to their brand of remote starters but can be easily adapted.

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thecoolmankyle7 
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Posted: June 24, 2011 at 12:50 PM / IP Logged  
Why do you need e-brake and clutch info? Please don't tell me your going to hook a remote start up on a straight drive, rag top wrangler?!?!
tdmaster 
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Posted: June 24, 2011 at 2:11 PM / IP Logged  

Thank-You, the diagrams were very helpfull, seems I need to buy two resistors to complete the door lock portion of the install.

tdmaster 
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Posted: June 24, 2011 at 10:35 PM / IP Logged  

I do not know if this is the correct forum thread for this question, but since it refers to the Jeep Wiring spec posted here and my previous post about the resistors, I hope it is alright to ask this question. I went to RadioShack to buy the aforemention 100 ohm and 330 ohm resistors only to find out that they come in 1/8 watt, 1/4 watt, and 1/2 watt versions. The clerk said 1/4 watt should be right for vehicle 12 volt wiring, so that is what I bought. Was this correct, or does it make any difference? The prices were all the same.

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Posted: June 24, 2011 at 10:47 PM / IP Logged  
Yes, 1/4 watt will be fine.  Does your remote start unit have built in door lock relays?  If it does have built in relays, then you should be OK.  If it does not have built in door lock relays ( some units have (-) 200mA lock / unlock outputs ), you might need to  wire in relays as shown in the top diagram.  http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/diagrams/extrainfo/diagrams/30009_WRANGLER_Jeep%201%20wire%20jbs%20units.GIF
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tdmaster 
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Posted: June 25, 2011 at 12:01 AM / IP Logged  
It is the Viper 3303 and it has a Door Lock Harness with lock and unlock outputs that I am puting the resistors inline and it has the violet&violet/balck (two wires) with fuse to ground. These should be the only 4 wires I need to use the door lock feature I believe?
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Posted: June 25, 2011 at 4:21 AM / IP Logged  
Yes, exactly.  Your Viper 3303 alarm has built in lock relays.
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