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mr. b 
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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 12:46 PM / IP Logged  

i have an 06 charger

need headlight relay diagram for dei alarm "ready remote"

what fuse ,resistor, diagram do i need?

i know its the w/br wire in the switch

i dont know if i should use the diagram here https://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp?tid=92355&KW=itzme

and im confused where to put the resistor and what size

Thanks for the help.

o and my horn doesnt go off when the alarm triggers but it chirps when u lock it?

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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 1:06 PM / IP Logged  

Info from Bulldog :  2700 ohm resistor.  Here is a diagram :  http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/diagrams/extrainfo/diagrams/22483_CHARGER_CHRYSLER%20PARKING%20LIGHT%20DIAGRAM.pdf

DEI recommends a 1670 ohm resistor and to relay isolate away from switch.  Use 30/40A SPDT relay.

Wire as follows:

Relay Pin 86 to (+) Parking Light output of Ready Remote
Relay Pin 30 to cut WHITE/ Brown - Vehicle side.
Relay Pin 87A to cut WHITE/ Brown - Light switch side.
Relay Pin 85 to chassis ground.
Relay Pin 87 to 1670 Ohm resistor to chassis ground.

Horn symptom is normal for Dodge.

Soldering is fun!
mr. b 
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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 1:52 PM / IP Logged  

well i have the parking lights in the pass. kick panel

do i use two resistor  or follow this

Wire as follows:

Relay Pin 86 to (+) Parking Light output of Ready Remote
Relay Pin 30 to cut WHITE/ Brown - Vehicle side.
Relay Pin 87A to cut WHITE/ Brown - Light switch side.
Relay Pin 85 to chassis ground.
Relay Pin 87 to 1670 Ohm resistor to chassis ground.

what about the fused 12v 10 amp..dont need it?

sorry this relay is just confusing

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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 2:21 PM / IP Logged  

The previous info is for using the (-) Parking Light wire ( WHITE/ Brown ).  Bulldog Security info on

(+) Parking Light (WHITE/ Purple) looks suspect concerning the resistor.  I have always used the WHITE/ Brown @ switch.

According to DEI, the (+) Parking Light wire is activated with a straight +12v from the remote starter.

Parking Lights (+)       WHITE/ purple  +         passenger kick, harness to rear
Here is a link to their info :
http://www.readyremote.com/main.asp?action=select&yr=6168&product=Remote Start&make=Dodge&model=Charger#

Soldering is fun!
mr. b 
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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 2:35 PM / IP Logged  

yeah the parking lights i have wired stright to the pass kick no relays or resistors

and they work

its the headlight wire, y/br from the ready remote, that im putting in

its not listed on the site so idk what to do

thanks for the help so far btw im a noob so haa sorry

..ur right soldering is fun =]

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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 2:44 PM / IP Logged  

Here is info from Audiovox for the Headlights ( Low Beam ) :

Headlights-Lo    WHITE/ BROWN  (-)     AT VEHICLE HEADLIGHT SWITCH

Use (-) THROUGH 1.2K OHM RESISTOR, MUST ISOLATE FROM SWITCH WITH A RELAY

Looks like we are back to the WHITE/ Brown Parking Light MUX wire at the switch.  This time it calls for a 1200 ohm resistor, same relay wiring but Pin 86 goes to the Ready Remotes (+) Headlight output.

Soldering is fun!
mr. b 
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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 2:50 PM / IP Logged  

so like this (crosses fingers)

Wire as follows:

Relay Pin 86 to (+) headlight Light output of Ready Remote
Relay Pin 30 to cut WHITE/ Brown - Vehicle side.
Relay Pin 87A to cut WHITE/ Brown - Light switch side.
Relay Pin 85 to chassis ground.
Relay Pin 87 to 1200 Ohm resistor to chassis ground

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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 3:00 PM / IP Logged  

Yes. That will do it:  Here is picture of the WHITE/ Brown MUX wire in a Caravan.  Find a convenient place to cut the wire and make the solder connections.

06 charger headlights -- posted image. 

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mr. b 
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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 3:05 PM / IP Logged  

SWEET! thanks man for all the help

i appreciate it greatly06 charger headlights -- posted image.

mr. b 
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Posted: June 03, 2011 at 5:59 PM / IP Logged  

yeah its not wotking =\

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