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antman1 
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Posted: January 07, 2013 at 5:37 PM / IP Logged  
I have a 2004 Ford F150 Heritage and have not found a wiring diagram for this install.
I have purchased the ICBM 7071 and have installed one of these in my other vehicle with the help of the awesome members on this site and was hoping I may be able to get some more help on wiring this up in the F150. I am not sure on what wire will go to what. If anyone can help me I would really appreciate it. Here is the wiring section of the instruction manual for this alarm. Thank you all in advance.
Here is the wiring part of the book:
icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.
icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.
icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.
icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.
icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.
icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.
If you can help please let me know, Thank you.
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Posted: January 07, 2013 at 6:13 PM / IP Logged  

Very easy truck to do.  The 2004 thru 2007 F150's are the same.  The hardest wires to locate are the

door lock and unlock wires.  If you do a search in this forum on this truck you should be rewarded
with a lot of info and even some pictures of the door lock wires in the drivers door sill.

Did you purchase a bypass module yet for the trucks ignition immobilizer system?   There are many

bypass modules for this vehicle, but with most you will need two working, non-clone, keys to program
the bypass module to the truck.  ( My favorite is the Directed 1100F, available on EBay NIB for under $20.)

For vehicle wiring, here are some sources :

Here is a link to Bulldog Security :  http://www.bulldogsecurity.com/bdnew/vehiclewiringdiagrams.asp

Here is a link to Ready Remote :  http://www.readyremote.com/main.asp

Here is a link to AudioVox :  http://techservices.audiovox.com/AccessRequest.aspx    Sign-up & info is free.

Print out the wire guide listings from all available sources, then compare them.  There could be differences.

Then make a ICBM 7071 Harness list with Harness / Pin / wire color / wire name to F150 or bypass module
chart.  Post that and forum members will be able to advise, update and correct before you do your bench
prep and install.

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antman1 
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Posted: January 07, 2013 at 6:29 PM / IP Logged  
Is this the bypass module you were talking about?
Directed Install Essentials 1100F Ford PATS/Securilock Remote Start Interface
I will try to look over the diagrams and see if I can figure it out. thank you.
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Posted: January 07, 2013 at 6:50 PM / IP Logged  

Yes, that is the bypass module.  It was manufactured by iDatalink for XpressKit and is now discontinued.  However, it is an extremely  reliable module and very easy to program.  Quite a bargain at $15.  Just make sure it is New In Box / never used and complete with wire harnesses.

Does the truck have Factory Remote Keyless Entry?

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antman1 
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Posted: January 07, 2013 at 7:58 PM / IP Logged  
kreg357 wrote:

Does the truck have Factory Remote Keyless Entry?

Yes it has the key less entry option. kinda lost so far on the wiring gonna take me a bit.
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Posted: January 07, 2013 at 8:06 PM / IP Logged  

No rush.  Take your time - it is a learning experience.  Knowledge is priceless.  You will get so good at this that all your family and friends will want you to do their vehicles, too.  icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.

The fact that the truck has Factory Keyless Entry means that you should set up the R/S door lock internal relays for Type B (-) outputs or "Negative Triggered, Relay Driven System" as they call it.

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jstruckman 
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The 2004 F-150 Heritage is actually the same as the old 2003 body style. Ford did the new style F-150 and old body style F-150 in in 2004, hence the name F-150 Heritage so you would probably want to look at the 2003 wiring diagram.
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Posted: January 07, 2013 at 8:53 PM / IP Logged  
Ahh, good info.  I did not know that.  Kinda like the Silverado Classic.  Thanks for that update!  icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 -- posted image.
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antman1 
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Posted: January 08, 2013 at 6:31 AM / IP Logged  
If that is the case do I need the bypass module?
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Posted: January 08, 2013 at 7:32 AM / IP Logged  

Not sure, I have never seen / worked on a 2004 F150 Heritage model.  The 2003 F150 is listed as having a transponder system.   Perhaps jstruckman can assist you with his experience on this vehicle.  A few tests you can do to see if it has a transponder key. 

1. Wrap several layers of aluminum foil around the key head and try to start the truck.

2. Buy a plain $1.99 hardware store copy and try that.

3. Open up the steering column and look for the transponder plug / connector / harness.

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