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kgerry 
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does anyone know for sure the mux value for parklights in this thing??   Wire Magic says 2.4K, Astrochart says 1K and Directtechs says 1.67K...??
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Parking Light Negative Wire (-): WHITE/ Brown (To turn on the parking lights on this vehicle will require a (-) negative though a 1670 ohm and may also require a relay to connect.)
Parking Light Negative Wire Location: At Headlight Switch
Parking Light Positive Wire (+): WHITE/ Purple
Parking Light Positive Wire Location: In Passengers Kick Panel
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yes... i am capable of cutting and pasting as well... i was wondering if you have VERIFIED this??  as i get 3 different values from 3 different sources....
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No I cant verify this because all the 300c Ive done I used bypasses.
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Kevin-

  If this helps, Code Systems, Audiovox, and Bulldog all have 1.67K as the Parking light wire value.  Although I can't verify it, Code supplies OEM remote start systems for Chrysler, including the LX (300), so they have some credibility.

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I can tell you that your multimeter will tell you the correct answer, and that if you use WHITE/ purple in the passenger kick you don't need a resistor.

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