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2001-2003 F-150 Remote Start w/Keyless Pictorial


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You might have to do a Tach Learn again.  That switch is like a Valet switch on normal brands.
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Just had to register to add to this. I just completed my install and the problem I ran into was everything worked great but the heater would not turn on. Turns out I had the wrong acc wire. The wire you want for the heater is the gray / YELLOW wire. Hope this helps someone.
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bucky kessler wrote:
Just had to register to add to this. I just completed my install and the problem I ran into was everything worked great but the heater would not turn on. Turns out I had the wrong acc wire. The wire you want for the heater is the gray / YELLOW wire. Hope this helps someone.
Congratulations on the install! Yes grey / YELLOW wire is correct. Just out of my own curiosity, what was the second accessory wire you connected to other than grey / YELLOW (RED / black or black green?)
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bucky kessler wrote:
Just had to register to add to this. I just completed my install and the problem I ran into was everything worked great but the heater would not turn on. Turns out I had the wrong acc wire. The wire you want for the heater is the gray / YELLOW wire. Hope this helps someone.
Congratulations on the install! Yes grey / YELLOW wire is correct. Just out of my own curiosity, what was the second accessory wire you connected to other than grey / YELLOW (RED / black or black green?)
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I did BLACK/ green at first.
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I know it's not covered in the first post, but does anyone have more info on the GEM wake up and diode isolation for door triggers to prevent false triggers? I'm looking at doing a Viper/Clifford 5906 remote start system on a 2002 Supercrew truck with FKE. I have a good understanding of the IGN, ACC, starter, parking lights, brake shutdown, horn, lock/unlock wires etc. First post makes it pretty easy lol. Only thing I'm not sure on is the GEM wake up and diode isolation.
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http://diagrams.marktoonen.nl/DOWNLOADS/14301_F-SERIES-LIGHT-DUTY_FORD%20DOOR%20PIN%20ISOLATION.pdf
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Okay so if I'm understanding this correctly.
Where the 4 door triggers come into the GEM(called BCM on that file) I need to cut them and put 1N4001 diodes on each of them with the stripe facing AWAY from the GEM.
And then when I connect the 4 door triggers to the instant trigger on the RS/alarm unit, I also need 1N4001 diodes on all four of those wires as well with the stripe facing away from the RS/Alarm unit.
Is this correct or do I have it all screwed up?
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I also see in folder 1093 of that zip file there's info on GEM wake up. It says in there the GEM needs to see a factory remote, a door is opened, or the factory alarm disarm signal. Can I simply connect the RS/Alarm disarm signal to the factory alarm disarm signal since it has a factory alarm?
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Can anyone confirm my question? I want to make sure I fully understand this before I purchase anything.
I would take the Viper/Python's green door trigger input and wire to each of the individual door triggers with a diode with the cathode side away from the alarm module. And then cut the wires going to the GEM and put diodes on each of those triggers with the cathode side away from the GEM. There's no trunk so that's not anything I need to mess with. This is how I'm interpreting DEI tech tip 1076 and the link geepherder posted for door trigger isolation.
GEM wake up as I understand it from DEI tech tip 1093.
I need to take the blue unlock wire from the alarm and wire it to the trucks unlock signal AND the door ajar wire using diodes on both with the cathode side toward the alarm module, and then set the alarm to double pulse unlock. The first pulse will wake up the GEM, and then the second pulse will actually unlock the vehicle.
Am I understanding this correctly?
Thanks for the help guys, I'm a newbie when it comes to stuff like this. I work on diesels, not much of a wiring guy but I do have a basic understanding.
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