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antman1 
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Posted: January 08, 2013 at 10:40 AM / IP Logged  
ok. here is what I got so far from 2003 F150 wiring and I redid the last info I had from offroadzj when he helped me on my Chrysler Town and Country.
5 Pin Heavy Gauge Harness:
Red - Battery Constant 12v+ Positive Wire (+): Yellow and Light GREEN/ Purple
Purple - Starter Positive Wire (+): RED / Light Blue
Orange - Accessory Positive Wire (+): Gray / YELLOW   
Pink A - Ignition Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue/Light Green
Pink B - Second Ignition Positive Wire (+): RED / Black
*You will need to use a relay to power the 2nd accessory. Just a standard 30a/40a automotive relay connected as follows:
Pin 85 - Blue/White (-) bypass wire in H4 harness
Pin 86 - Orange Accessory wire from above
Pin 87 - 12v Constant Fused (can tie into fused Red 12v constant above)
Pin 30 - BLACK/ White (+) Second Accessory Positive Wire (+): BLACK/ Light Green    
7 Pin Secondary (H4) Harness:
1-3 - Factory wiring to R/S module
4 - Blue/White (See Above)
5 - Gray/Black - N/C
6 - BLACK/ White - Chassis Ground
7 - Violet/White - Tachometer Wire Negative Wire (-): The tach wire on the 4.2L engine is a dark blue/light green at the coil pack
10 Pin Primary (H1) Harness
1 - Brown - To Siren (+) input
2 - White - Parking Light Positive Wire (+): Brown
3 - Violet - N/C
4 - Blue/Black - Power Door Unlock Negative Wire (-): Pink/Light Green
5 - BROWN / Black - Chassis Ground
6 - Violet/Black - N/C
7 - GREEN/ Black - Power Door Lock Negative Wire (-): Pink / YELLOW
8 - WHITE/ Black - Chassis Ground
9 - Red - 12v Constant fused (can tie into heavy gauge red wire from main harness)
10 - Black - Chassis Ground
6 Pin Secondary (H2) Harness:
1 - Orange - Starter kill relay input
*If you wish to enable the starter kill, you will need to cut the factory Starter Positive Wire (+): RED / Light Blue wire at the ignition switch and you will need another relay (same as above) connected as follows:
Pin 85 - Orange Ground when running (H2-1)
Pin 86 - Ignition (+) (Pink from main harness)
Pin 87a - ignition side of cut starter wire
Pin 30 - Vehicle side of cut starter wire
*Connect the remote start output (Purple) between the relay and the car!
Pin 87 - N/C
2 - Blue - N/C
3 - WHITE/ Black - N/C
4 - PURPLE / Black - N/C
5 - BLACK/ White - Domelight Supervision Wire (+): BLACK/ Light Blue (Requires Relay)
6 - RED / White - N/C
8 Pin (H3) Harness:
1 - GREEN/ Black -
2 - GREEN / WHITE - See Above
3 - Red - N/C
4 - Gray - Must add aftermarket hood pin.
5 - Brown - Brake Light Positive Wire (+): Light Green
6 - Yellow - Pink wire from main harness
7 - Green - ?
8 - Purple - N/C
Not sure I have it all right but hoping someone else can look at it and tell me what they think.
antman1 
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Posted: January 09, 2013 at 10:41 AM / IP Logged  
Did a few corrections.
*You will need to use a relay to power the 2nd accessory. Just a standard 30a/40a automotive relay connected as follows:
Pin 85 - Blue/White (-) bypass wire in H4 harness
Pin 86 - Orange Accessory wire from above
Pin 87 - 12v Constant Fused (can tie into fused Red 12v constant above)
Pin 30 - Second Accessory Positive Wire (+): BLACK/ Light Green     
10 Pin Primary (H1) Harness
2 - White - Parking Light Positive Wire (+): Brown (set polarity jumper to + on alarm)
8 Pin (H3) Harness:
1 - GREEN/ Black - dk. GREEN/ purple     -     driver kick panel
2 - GREEN / WHITE - arms on lock w/door open   
7 - Green - blk/yel (L) or blk/pnk (R)     -     each door harness
Does all of this look right? Only things I am not sure about is if I need any more relays or diodes or resistors for these connections. Also the factory arm and disarm stuff is confusing me. The factory key fob has a panic button but I dont think it has an alarm.
And is the bypass module going to wire into this somehow?
Sorry for all the questions. just want to make sure I am doing it right.
antman1 
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Posted: January 10, 2013 at 7:28 PM / IP Logged  
Anyone able to help me on this? I just don't want to do this wrong.
kreg357 
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Posted: January 10, 2013 at 8:56 PM / IP Logged  

Have you done a quick check to verify that the F150's ignition wires match-up with the 2003 model year

and not the 2004 model?  There are big differences so it should be easy to tell.

Assuming that the wiring matches a 2003 F150, all your connections look Ok.

 
You will need 2 diodes ( 1N4001) to isolate the two door trigger connection to the Green (-) Door Trigger
Input wire ( bands towards the R/S ).

Think I would connect the Red +12V input wire from the relay pack to one of the trucks +12V constant

wire (Yellow ) and the ACC2 relay power and the other Red power wire ( w/15Amp fuse ) to the other +12V
constant wire ( GREEN/ Purple ) to split the load up.

The door lock wiring and connections are good if the truck came with Factory Keyless Entry.

One minor typo :

Pin 85 - Orange Ground when running (H2-1)     Should be Ground When Armed
Pin 86 - Ignition (+) (Pink from main harness)
Pin 87a - ignition side of cut starter wire
Pin 30 - Vehicle side of cut starter wire
*Connect the remote start output (Purple) between the relay and the car!

Soldering is fun!
antman1 
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Posted: January 11, 2013 at 8:00 AM / IP Logged  
Thank you.
I compared the wiring diagrams for 2004 and 2003 f150 models and they are mostly the same. I am thinking about not installing the starter kill relay in this one because it has the PATS system anyway.
As for the diodes I am not sure what you mean on the green door trigger. Are you talking about
8 Pin (H3) Harness:
7 - Green - blk/yel (L) or blk/pnk (R)     -     each door harness
not sure on that connection.
Also were would the 1100F connect to the alarm?
kreg357 
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Posted: January 11, 2013 at 9:29 AM / IP Logged  

1100F connections

Red +12V to ICBM 7071 Red @ 10 Pin Plug
Black Chassis Ground to ICBM 7071 Black @ 10 Pin Plug
Blue/White (-) 200mA Bypass Output to ICBM 7071 Blue/White (-) 200 mA Bypass Output @ 7 Pin Plug

Door Trigger :

icbm7071 alarm in 2004 f150 - Page 2 -- posted image.

Soldering is fun!
antman1 
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Posted: January 11, 2013 at 2:02 PM / IP Logged  
Ok that diagram helps a lot. Thank you. So I will use 4 diodes total. I will have to separate the wires in the truck wire and place a diode in place on the drivers side wiring and passenger side wiring and also use diodes on the wires I have coming from Pin 7 Green.
I ordered some more supplies from ebay and I am waiting on the 1100F to come in then I will do my prep work and try to make it all pretty. I'll let you know if I have anymore questions. Thank you a lot for your help.
antman1 
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Posted: January 11, 2013 at 2:49 PM / IP Logged  
got another question. I know this requires a relay, how would I connect the relay?
6 Pin Secondary (H2) Harness:
Pin 87 - N/C
5 - BLACK/ White - Domelight Supervision Wire (+): BLACK/ Light Blue (Requires Relay)
Pin 85 - BLACK/ White (H2-5)
Pin 86 - ?
Pin 87a - ?
Pin 30 - ?
Pin 87 - ?
Sorry am drawing a blank on this.
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Posted: January 12, 2013 at 3:19 PM / IP Logged  
2003 F150    DOMELIGHT SUPERVISION   BLACK/ LIGHT BLUE (+)    IN PASSNEGER KICK PANEL
Extra 30/40 Amp SPDT relay to convert ICBM 7071 (-) output to (+) output for F150
Pin 85 - To ICBM 7071  BLACK/ White (H2-5) (-) 200mA Domelight Supervision Output
Pin 86 & Pin 87     +12V constant  thru 5 Amp fuse
Pin 87a - Not Used
Pin 30 - F150    BLACK/ LIGHT BLUE (+)    IN PASSNEGER KICK PANEL
Soldering is fun!
antman1 
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Posted: January 12, 2013 at 4:40 PM / IP Logged  
Thank you a lot. I think I have all the notes I need and I have cleaned them up a lot now and think I have it all set. Here is what I got if you wanna check it out: icbm7071-f150-install-notes.pdf
On the last relay for the 5amp fuse I am out of inline fuse holders. I am thinking I will solder direct to the 5amp fuse for pin 86 & 87.
I cant wait to get all my stuff I am waiting on to get this done.
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