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2010 mercury mariner, avital 5303


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jnz1 
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Can anyone with directwire access post the wiring for a 2010 Mercury Mariner. Thank you.
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check the vehicle wiring section of this site. Both the mariner and escape are listed.
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Only 2008 Mariner is listed.
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DIRECTWIRE™ WIRING INFORMATION - MERCURY / MARINER / 2010 / Remote Start
12volts yellow/red (125A) + SJB, black 1 pin plug (G), pin 1
Notes: The SJB (Smart Junction Box) is in the front passenger side of the center console.
Starter blue/white + ignition switch, black 7 pin plug, pin 7
     
Ignition WHITE/ orange + ignition switch, black 7 pin plug, pin 1
     
Accessory PURPLE / green + ignition switch, black 7 pin plug, pin 6
    
Keysense blue/gray + ignition switch, black 7 pin plug, pin 5
Power Lock blue/green - driver kick or SJB, gray 26 pin plug (C), pin 17
Power Unlock yellow/purple - driver kick or SJB, gray 26 pin plug (C), pin 4
Notes: Also found at the inertia fuel shutoff switch in the passenger kick.
Lock Motor gray/brown 5 wire driver kick or SJB, black 32 pin plug (D), pin 6
Unlock Motor blue/green 5 wire driver kick or SJB, black 32 pin plug (D), pin 28
Parking Lights+ PURPLE / white + driver kick or SJB, black 32 pin plug (D), pin 20
Parking Lights- blue/gray - headlight switch or SJB, black 52 pin plug (B), pin 31
May need to interrupt the headlight switch ground when triggering this wire. It is BLACK/ blue at the headlight switch, gray 10 pin plug, pin 7. See Tech Doc 1096 for wiring information.
Hazards BROWN / yellow - hazard switch or SJB, black 52 pin plug (B), pin 48
Turn Signal(L) blue/green (F); gray/brown (R) + SJB, black 26 pin plug (F), pin 21; black 32 pin plug (D), pin 25
Turn Signal(R) yellow/purple (F); PURPLE / orange (R) + SJB, black 26 pin plug (F), pin 23; black 32 pin plug (D), pin 26
Reverse Light GREEN/ blue + driver kick, harness to rear
Door Trigger GREEN/ purple - N.C. driver kick or SJB, gray 26 pin plug (C), pin 14
Dome Supervision gray/purple + driver kick or SJB, gray 14 pin plug (A), pin 9
Trunk/Hatch Pin gray/orange - N.C. driver kick or SJB, gray 26 pin plug (C), pin 16
       
Trunk/Hatch Release brown (liftgate), brn/yel (glass) (rear handle sw) - driver kick or SJB, gray 26 pin plug (C), pins 7 and 20
      
Factory Alarm Arm PURPLE / green and YELLOW /GREEN (w/driv door keypad) both - driver kick, door harness
Factory Alarm Disarm PURPLE / brown (driver door key unlock) - driver kick, door harness
    
Tachometer grn/blu, gry/yel, pur/gry, yel/org, brn, or grn/wh ac any fuel injector, 2 pin plug, pin 1
     
Brake Wire PURPLE / white + brake switch or SJB, black 52 pin plug (B), pin 40
Parking Brake WHITE/ purple - parking brake switch or SJB, gray 26 pin plug (C), pin 1
Horn Trigger brown - horn switch or SJB, black 52 pin plug (B), pin 41
Memory Seat 1 N/A     
Memory Seat 2 N/A     
Memory Seat 3 N/A     
Interface Module: Category:
Immobilizer Bypass Required:
Yes Type:
SecuriLock
Part #: XK04
Alternate Part1 #: 556SW
Alternate Part2 #: 1100F/1100X
Alternate Part3 #: 556UW
Alternate Part4 #: DesignTech 20402
Alternate Part5 #: DesignTech 29402
Notes: Standard on all models. When using the XK04, it needs to be programmed with the PKF3 firmware. When using the 1100X, a software change to 1100FM is needed.
      
This wiring information is being provided free of charge on an "as is" basis, without any representation or warranty. It is your responsibility to verify any circuit before interfacing with it using a digital multimeter.
Directed electronics, Inc. assumes no responsibility with regards to the accuracy or currency of this information. Proper installation in every case is and remains the responsibility of the installer. DEI assumes no liability or responsibility resulting from improper installation, even in reliance upon this information.
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jnz1 
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Thank you
jnz1 
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I am looking for info on the door triggers for a 2010 Mariner. I know it lists GREEN/ Purple, but I've also read that sometimes they need to all be connected and diode isolated. Any advice for this particular application? If all triggers are needed can anyone provide the trigger wires color and location. Thanks
Avital 5303 being installed
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I am wondering does the (-) GREEN/ purple door trigger wire in the kick panel take care of all the doors or I have read on some vehicles need all separate triggers hooked up through diodes is this the case? Being installed is an avital 5303. Also the truck from factory has 2 phase locks and also dome supervision when you unlock the doors. Do these features need to be wired into the alarm or will they work as they do now from factory?
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Thanks for any help in advance.
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The - GREEN/ purple n.c. door trigger is only for the driver door. It's easiest to get the + gray/purple domelight wire for door trigger in that vehicle. You will want to program door error chirp to off if you use the domelight wire. If you want to go for each individual door trigger then you need to use tech doc 1921 which is available in the downloads section of this site. It will explain how to interface with normally closed door triggers.
If you are connecting the avital doorlock wires to the vehicle doorlock switch wires, then whatever the car does when you press the switch on the door is what it will do when you press lock/unlock on the avital. If the domelight turns on when you press unlock on the switch then the domelight will turn on when you press the avital unlock button.
Also, when you press unlock on the doorlock switch it unlocks all doors so that means when you press unlock on the avital it will unlock all doors. This is assuming you are using the doorlock switch wires.
You can isolate the driver door motor to regain your 2 stage unlock if you like.
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Will the dome light act as single door triggers would or would I benefit from just tapping each trigger? Also if I need to tap each trigger would you happen to know wire colors and or location? Also what would need to be done to isolate the door locks to retain 2 stage?
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